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This is a virtual event. You must register here to attend: https://bit.ly/3fNzDtp Subscribers can access this talk for free. Become a subscriber here: https://www.stacklist.com/ On June 1st we’re speaking with Angela Lee, Founder of 37 Angels, a community of women angel investors that offers angel investing training. Angela is also an Associate Dean at Columbia Business School. Join us at 10 am as Angela teaches us how to be an angel investor. If you’re a potential investor, you’ll learn the art of angel investing from one of New York’s smartest investors. If you’re a founder pitching to angels, you’ll learn what they’re looking for and get some insights from the other side of the table. About our guest Angela has spoken at the White House and NASA and is regularly invited to advise decision-makers at the highest levels, including Prime Minister Trudeau. She is a sought-after expert on CNBC, Bloomberg TV, MSNBC and Fox Business. She was recognized by Inc. as one of 17 Inspiring Women to Watch in 2017, by Entrepreneur Magazine as one of 6 Innovative Women to Watch in 2015, and by Craine’s as a Notable Women in Tech in 2019. In 2020, she was awarded the Dean's Award for Teaching Excellence. She serves on the boards of Fresco Education Fund and Cariclub.
This is a virtual event. You must register here to attend: https://bit.ly/3d8RitJ Subscribers can access this talk for free. Become a subscriber here: https://www.stacklist.com/ On June 2nd we’re speaking with Lisa Green, Senior Vice President of Brand Partnerships and Operations at The Yes, a new AI-powered online shopping platform. The Yes was founded by former COO of Stitch Fix, Julie Bornstein, and Google and Groupon alum, Amit Aggarwal, and has recently raised a $30 million Series A. Join us at 10 am as we discuss the future of the retail industry with Lisa. The Yes has been in development for the past 2 years, and is launching during a time when the future of retail is uncertain. We’ll discuss how The Yes is going to change e-commerce, how they’ve secured partners, and Lisa’s advice for those building tech in the space. About our guest Lisa Green is currently the Senior Vice President of Brand Partnerships and Operations at The Yes. She has spent her career at the intersection of fashion and technology, serving as Google’s head of fashion and luxury for 6+ years and overseeing the fashion category at Conde Nast. Prior to her role leading fashion and luxury at Google, Lisa held several senior executive roles in sales at Google. Lisa also sits on the board of the 5 Under 40 Foundation. Green received her B.A. from Middlebury College and resides in New York.
This is a virtual event. You must register here to attend: https://bit.ly/2zuhj8m Subscribers can access this talk for free. Become a subscriber here: https://www.stacklist.com/ On June 3rd we’re speaking with Max Altschuler, VP of Marketing at Outreach, a top sales engagement platform, and Founder & CEO of Sales Hacker, the leading community for the next generation of sales professionals. He’s the author of Hacking Sales, Sales Engagement, and Career Hacking For Millennials. Join us at 10 am as we discuss outbound sales strategies for startups. We’ll dive into best practices for sales prospecting, sales cadence, sales tools you should be using, and other things you can do to close deals faster. About our guest Max Altschuler is the VP of Marketing at Outreach, a top sales engagement platform, and the founder and CEO of Sales Hacker, the leading community for the next generation of sales professionals. He’s the author of Hacking Sales, Sales Engagement, and Career Hacking For Millennials. A widely recognized thought leader on sales and technology, Max has been published by the Harvard Business Review, Forbes, Money, and more. He was named a top sales expert by both Salesforce and Inc. He keynotes conferences globally and is an investor and advisor for rapid growth startups. Previously, Max held top positions at Udemy and AttorneyFee. An avid traveler, he has visited 80 countries. He lives in New York City, but also spends time in San Francisco.
This is a virtual event. You must register here to attend: https://bit.ly/3d8hqoF Subscribers can access this talk for free. Become a subscriber here: https://www.stacklist.com/ On June 4th we’re speaking with Abigail Cook Stone, Co-founder & CEO of Otherland, a direct-to-consumer candle brand that transforms your home into an expressive world. Their luxury-quality candles have been featured in Business Insider, Fortune, People, and BuzzFeed. Join us at 10 am as we discuss the rise of the interiential (interior + experiential) economy. Many brands are creating a new vision of home, when home is our everything… it’s your gym via MIRROR and Peloton; it’s your restaurant via Freshly and Great Jones; it’s your bar via Haus and Minibar. Brands are now shifting their focus and thinking about how they can provide value within your home, and Otherland is at the heart of it. We’ll dive into what it means to create meaningful experiences for your customers, and how you can do it with your product. About our guest In 2017, Otherland Founder Abigail Cook Stone set out to build a different kind of candle brand. Inspired by her lifelong passion for art and interiors, her moderately healthy obsession with candles, and her family philosophy of finding small ways to elevate everyday life with an “extra verve,” Otherland was born. From morning meditation to late-night business school study sessions at her apartment, Abigail realized that candles were a constant in her life, but she struggled to find a brand that fit her lifestyle. The best smelling candles were often too expensive, while budget-friendly options often had ultra-sweet fragrances and lackluster design. Recognizing this gap in the market, she sparked the idea for Otherland, a modern candle brand that transforms your home into an immersive world that never stands still. To create Otherland, Abigail married her backgrounds in art, e-commerce, and venture capital. While attending Columbia Business School, she was an associate at Founder Collective, a seed-stage venture fund, and a partner at Dorm Room Fund, First Round Capital's student-run VC fund. She has an MBA from Columbia and previously worked at Ralph Lauren in Art Acquisitions.