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The Riveter
Female-forward coworking

The Riveter is coworking & community, built by women for all, providing support, events, & education at 5 locations (Seattle & LA). Welcome to the future of work.

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Coding Workshops for Women (non-profit) 👩‍💻

She Codes is a workshop designed to teach basic coding, design and management skills to 10 women.

The first 12-hour workshop takes place Lisbon and we are for looking teachers to expand in other cities around the worlds. She Codes is a non-profit.

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The home of data on female makers 👩‍💻

FeMake is a combination of data and tools to understand, support, and celebrate female representation in the maker community.

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Medium
This project touches close to home as it represents my personal experience as a maker and as a female in tech. More importantly, it draws focus toward gender inclusivity that I believe can only gain significance as we design the upcoming digital age.
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A new media site for woman, from Sophia Amoruso

Girlboss is a community of strong, curious, and ambitious women redefining success on our own terms. We hope to inform, entertain, and inspire action through the content and experiences we create. We are unapologetic in our beliefs and values of supporting girls and women who are chasing dreams both big and small in a shame-free, lame-free zone.

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Forbes
Less than a year after her first high-profile company filed for bankruptcy, Nasty Gal founder Sophia Amoruso has raised $1.2 million to grow a media brand named after her bestselling 2014 memoir. Facebook alumni fund Slow Ventures led the Girlboss Media seed round, with participation from BAM Ventures, Human Ventures, and a handful of angel investors.
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Where women in tech can talk about whatever we want

Where women in tech can talk about whatever we want.

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VentureBeat
2017 was a turning point for women in tech. With an avalanche of news swirling on the web about sexual harassment allegations and the #MeToo movement spreading on social media, women are beginning to speak up. In this context, Y Combinator (YC) software engineer Cadran Cowansage announced today the official launch of Leap, an online community by women for wo… See more
Y Combinator
I'm excited to share an experimental project I've been working on at YC over the last 10 months. It's called Leap and it's an online community for women in tech to talk about whatever we want. Leap has ~1,500+ members who are founders, designers, marketers, software engineers, VCs, women in sales and operations, etc.
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A place for women to find and share advice

Shello is an app-based community for women to find and share advice and information on any topic. Women post questions either anonymously or openly and receive honest and impartial answers without judgement, crowd-sourcing advice and support from a global community of women using their professional knowledge and personal experiences.

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Metro
If you're a female millennial, chances are you grew up thinking girl squads were the standard. We listened to The Spice Girls, followed Sex and the City, and watched The Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants. Female BFFs were unavoidable, and if you didn't have a gaggle of them there was something wrong with you.
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The mission at Girls’ Night In is to help women relax, recharge, and cultivate more meaningful community in an increasingly lonely and stressful world.

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Refinery29
Investing in yourself, in fact, is the theme of the month at Girls' Night In, Ramos' startup focused on encouraging self-care through staying in and having, well, girls' nights in, and connecting with your friends in a low-key, intimate way.
Entrepreneur
6 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Alisha Ramos, 28, knows that the cool kids stay in on Friday night. She is the founder of Girls' Night In, a newsletter-based lifestyle brand and community that helps hectic young women make the most of their weekend downtime by recommending the best in culture, lifestyle and self-care… See more
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✨A startup sisterhood for future founders 💪🏽

The Violet Society is a cross between a mastermind group and a sorority. 👯‍It's a part-time program for young women in the tech industry who want to build startups. We'll be meeting weekly in San Francisco over 12 weeks this summer to accelerate each other's personal and professional growth via peer mentorship. Apply to join our pilot program! 🚀

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GirlCrew is a platform for women to make new friends. Not keen on going to a concert solo? Find a crew with us.

Want to book a vacation but your friends are all coupled up? Find a group of girls to travel with here.

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The Memo
Fed up of friends who are 'too tired' to go out? So was Dublin's Elva Carri, until, in 2014, she decided to switch around her gender settings on Tinder. Although this meant she was listed as 'male', her bio clarified that she was a hetrosexual woman - and that all she was interested in was ...
NewsComAu
ELVA Carri was sitting at home on a Friday night, devastated she was about to miss a dancing event because all her friends were busy. "My sister and her boyfriend were staying in and another one of my friend's was working. Nobody was free,' Elva said.
The Irish Times
Irish start-up GirlCrew has raised almost $1 million (€810,000) in a seed funding round as the company plans expansion across the United States. Among its investors are LinkedIn chief executive Jeff Weiner, Wrigley chief marketing officer Orla Mitchell, Reddit's director of data science Joe Gallagher, Aegis Corporate Strategy managing director Hazel Hutchins… See more
CNBC
One Friday night a few years back, Elva Carri wanted to go out dancing, but her friends were either too busy or too tired to come out. What Carri decided to do next led to the beginning of what would become an exciting business adventure.
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A social, Q&A platform for working moms

Chairman Mom is subscription-only community where tough women help answer tough questions.

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Fast Company
Esther Crawford says she's a bit of an anomaly in San Francisco. The 34-year-old startup CEO has two kids, ages 8 and 12. None of her close friends have kids, and the women in her broader community who do, have babies. She says being a mom as well as the founder of an early-stage startup can feel isolating.
TechCrunch
Sarah Lacy, founder of media site Pando, has unveiled her newest company, Chairman Mom. The subscription-based startup aims to provide resources to working mothers, and ultimately set them up to succeed in all areas of their lives. "One of the things that's actually pretty distinct for us is we focus really on the woman, not the children," Lacy told TechCrun… See more
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Co-working and innovation school bundled into one.

Founded in Brescia, Italy, in 2011, Talent Garden is Europe’s leading innovation platform and coworking network for digital innovation. Today we have 23 campuses in 8 countries (Albania, Austria, Denmark, Ireland, Italy, Lithuania, Romania, Spain) .

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TechCrunch
Finding myself talking at a startup conference in Kosovo three years ago (as one does), I realized how close I was to Albania, a place which held some fascination for me. I managed to grab a lift with a friendly techie to Tirana, where they arranged for me to speak to the local tech community.
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A social club helping Bay Area women up their game

Gather is a women’s social club created to empower young women with the tools to realize leadership roles, equal pay and fair treatment in business.

They partner with top tech firms like Google to equip women with the skills they need to succeed in a competitive environment.

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