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Walk A Mile in Her Shoes: Shinta Dhanuwardoyo

This week, Walk A Mile in Her Shoes will be spread out over two days and you will meet two amazing women who are trailblazers in both technology and investing. Shinta Dhanuwardoyo and Jenny Q. Ta are each successful in their own right, but decided to partner and create VCNetwork, a solid venture capitalist network to bridge the gap between modern entrepreneurs and the forward-thinking VCs who have the means to fund them.

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Jan 21, 2016
12:11 PM

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Sqeeqee's CEO: Compelling Traits in a Leader

Sqeeqee's CEO, Jenny Ta, sent out this email a few days before Thanksgiving to her entire staff, partners, investors, board members, etc., and we thought we'd share it with the world as it highlights her compassionate heart, humility, and authenticity.

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Dec 06, 2015
4:41 PM

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Rules for the Workplace

Business woman Jenny Q. Ta gives women advice on how to handle the workplace. According to Ta, it doesn’t take a degree from Stanford or Harvard to know that it’s never wise to date a colleague. In the corporate world, sleeping your way to the top virtually always backfires, Ta says. Even if a woman should make it to the top under such circumstances, she will more-than-likely be unable to command the respect she’ll need to do her job once she gets there.

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Nov 24, 2015
9:49 PM

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Venturing in Today’s Age of the Entrepreneur

Now is the age of the entrepreneur, and today’s entrepreneur operates in a sphere where changes follow each other in rapid succession. In the coming years, the interests of the consumer will once again become a focal point in business. Entrepreneurs are advised to seek a personal relationship with their clients by taking account of their individual needs and desires.

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Sep 13, 2015
10:14 PM

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Social 3.0 Letting Your User Make Money from Their Engagement

Some readers may be thinking, ‘Social 3.0? What happened to Web 2.0? What’s going on?’ Before we dig deep, let’s clarify a few things. Traditional websites (Web 1.0) simply provide information without fostering engagement. Web 2.0 websites allow for asynchronous engagement: staggered engagement. This is like facebook, where you can make a post and a few seconds later someone might like it or make a reply, or a website which allows people to put in their contact information.

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Sep 10, 2015
1:54 PM

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