Women ETC is RVA’s very own women in tech conference and, yes, I’ll be there, mixed feelings and all.
Next month, the Greater Richmond Chamber of Commerce’s i.e. initiative will award $10,000 plus office space, mentoring, and other goodies to one lucky Richmond start-up. To help narrow the field of entries, you can now vote for your favorite start-up ideas. Here’s some of our favorites.
I didn’t realize it, but my inability to negotiate my first salary would hurt my earning potential for years to come. Like many young women fresh out of college, when the person on the phone offered me an amount I accepted it without hesitation. If I could travel back in time, I’d give my 16 year old self the most important piece of career advice anyone ever gave me: make them pay you what you’re worth.
As you can see, there’s a ton to do in Richmond during the holidays. So much, in fact, it can be quite overwhelming. For those of you unsure of where to start, here’s a little sampler of events that are sure to give you an authentic look at our town’s diverse holiday happenings.
Head’s up, RVA: on October 24th, a hoard of groaning, shuffling undead will converge on Carytown in search of tasty brains and mayhem. Uhhnnnnnn, gurgle, gurgle, glurrrrrg…
Last night at VCU’s Grace Street Theater, Pandora founder Tim Westergren hosted a Listener Meetup for Richmond’s Pandora users, cheerfully explaining the company’s history, vision, and taking questions from the audience of about 100 local fans…