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Stephanie Kariuki

Stephanie Kariuki is a Masters Journalism student at Georgetown University. She admires clever writing skills, unique perspectives and has a thirst for reading as much as possible. Stephanie graduated with Honors from The Ohio State University in 2013 with her B.A. in Journalism and a minor in International Affairs.

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Advice - The odds are against entrepreneurship. The likelihood of a company becoming the next multi billion-dollar startup is less than 1 in 10,000. Gary Morganthaler, the past director at Siri and a current partner at Morganthaler Ventures,...
MARK PETER DAVIS
AlleyTalk - Mark Peter Davis has a motto that he lives by: “The more you give, the more you get.” With more than fifteen years of experience, Davis has certainly given his fair share of contributions to the Venture Capital world, and to the...
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Advice - There’s a lot of fun that can be found in being an entrepreneur, but it’s even more fun you’re successful.Energy and empathy – meaning, an understanding of the customer - are just two talents companies look for when deciding...
ANDREW C. MITCHELL BRAND FOUNDRY
#NYCTech - With more than 10 years of startup experience, Andrew C. Micthell describes himself as a “Venture Capital enthusiast rooting for upstart consumer brands.” Mitchell’s most recent success has been as the founder of Brand Foundry...
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Advice - As it turns out, it’s “really, really hard” to be an entrepreneur.At least, that’s the argument that long-time entrepreneur and founder of Foundation Cap Steve Vassallo makes.The most important thing that anyone who is...
WILLIAM PENG
#NYCTech - William Peng has let nothing stopping him from reaching his entrepreneurship goals. As the current General partner at Red Swan Ventures, Peng has applied his “Expect nothing. Earn everything” attitude to move quickly up the ranks...
Alley Valley Infographic - Tapad + Quantcast 2014
#NYCTech -  Alley and Valley start-up differences only begin with their coastal locations. This is why NYC-based Tapad and SF-based Quantcast teamed up to figure out just how similar the two startups meccas were. Their findings show that...