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The 25th Anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall Reminds Us- Who Is Your Role Model?

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November 9, 2014, marked the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. In spirit of this, I wanted to take the opportunity to write about my grandmother, a German woman who… Continue reading

Women in Tech: Insights from the Greek startup scene

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No matter where in the world you are, working at a startup can be tough. However imagine working for a startup founded in a nation battling capital controls, a growing brain drain, and… Continue reading

5 Tips for Building a Professional Network Online

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In today’s web-driven society, it is safe to say that most people agree it is important to have an online presence. While an online profile is commonly used to maintain a social network,… Continue reading

Five Co-Working Spaces Around The World, And Five Things They Have In Common

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The concept of co-working is one that has ballooned in the past couple of years. It started as a solution for entrepreneurs, consultants, and freelancers seeking an alternative to working in cafes and… Continue reading

How Do We Continue The “Season” Of Giving?

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Last week I had Christmas dinner with my sister at a small Italian restaurant in New York City. Half way through the evening a homeless man walked into the restaurant and asked a… Continue reading

Interviewing at a Startup: How to Dress to Showcase your Skills

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Startup companies are known for their relaxed rules with regards to work attire. In fact, casual dress code is often considered a major perk of working for a startup. However, when it comes… Continue reading

From Tennis to Tech: One Woman’s Journey to Startups

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In today’s fast moving society, more and more young professionals are switching between different companies, jobs and even industries multiple times. The assumption that a young professional will stay in one role for… Continue reading