Don't come to the Valley when you need to. Here is some simple advice how to build a network before you actually need it.
California is the place to be for technology companies, from scrappy start-ups looking for venture capital to commercialize their products and services to Fortune 500 multinationals locating there to catch the latest trends—and while it can be a tough market to crack, initiatives are in place to help Canadian businesswomen break-in.
Often we think that we need more in life in order to find success. And while sometimes we do need more --- more customers to buy our products -- more team members to help us scale --- more people to engage on our social channels -- or more products and more markets to generate sales, I want to share a few examples where the power of one is all you need.
There is Little Room to Argue Against Innovation Leading to Success
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Seven months ago I went to an Alley to the Valley event at the invitation of my friend and inspiration Anat Baron. Anat actually deserves her own Inspirational Connection post, which I will write one day soon since we have something very interesting cooking together. So stay tuned for that!
But tonight, I'm going to write about my serendipitous connection with Mona Sabet.
Because there are so many amazing and impressive people that I have the privilege of meeting every single day, I have decided to start telling the world about them and what makes them remarkable.
Buzzwords come and go, but it seems disruption is continuing to increase.
How do we know? Take a look at the many different, long-standing industries that are slowly but surely being disrupted.
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