Category Archive: Tech & Startups

Top 5 Nail Colors for the Summer

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Summer is the time to explore and show off a pop of color! You can be daring with neon or chic with a nude. Whether it be for everyday at the office, a big… Continue reading

Armor Up To Button Down

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Over the past several decades, the tireless work of women across the world have brought positive change. We’ve seen women fight for their rights, hold a seat on the Supreme Court, travel to space, take… Continue reading

I’m a Woman CEO And It Doesn’t Change Anything

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I’m the CEO of a tech startup. For the past year, I’ve been managing a growing team, developing a product, raising funds and dealing with the ups and downs on a daily basis.… Continue reading

Meet Elizabeth Holmes, The Youngest Female Self-Made Billionaire Changing The World With Medical Technology

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WiLab Spotlight: Woman in Innovation At age 19, Elizabeth Holmes left Stanford University and founded Theranos, a revolutionary blood diagnostics company that aims to proactively detect signs of a medical condition or disease… Continue reading

Secrets for Success from Startup Insiders

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WELCOME TO AGE OF INNOVATION. What do college grads today aspire to be when they enter the “real world”? A recent study conducted by Deloitte, revealed 70% of millennnials (ages 18-33) want to… Continue reading

Isn’t It Time We Tell Her She’s Pretty Brilliant, Too?

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“ENCOURAGE HER LOVE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY AND INSPIRE HER TO CHANGE THE WORLD.” Verizon’s latest campaign is spot on deconstructing gender stereotypes affecting young girls’ career aspirations in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) fields.… Continue reading

Why Boston Is On Fire Right Now

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At last week’s Boston’s State of Innovation, the Ladies of the iLab had the pleasure of joining leaders of the Boston community to celebrate the city’s entrepreneurs, prominent leaders and groundbreaking strides toward building… Continue reading

Women in Tech had a Difficult Week

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Modern View Culture wrote an interesting piece this week on the difficult week it has been for women in technology. GitHub posted a sloppy ‘investigations concluded’ report (their follow-up gives a better indication of what actually happened)… Continue reading