20. June 2016
You Is Now
Andreasstraße 10, Berlin
Could you be a successful founder?
Join us for an inspiring evening with four successful women and find out.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to found a company? Are you toying with the thought of creating your own startup, but don’t know how to go about it? Do you wonder whether you can combine family life with growing a company?
Then come and join our Female Founders Forum on June 20th for hands-on career advice, tips on how to found a company, advice on how to attract and keep funding and how to create a healthy and sustainable company culture that attracts both men and women.
Places are free but limited, so make sure you book soon!
■ The panelists ■
Julia Hartz, Co-Founder and CEO of Eventbrite
Julia is is responsible for the vision, strategy and growth of Eventbrite. Under her leadership, the company has become the largest global ticketing and event technology platform and received multiple awards for workplace culture and performance. These accolades include Fortune’s 100 Best Workplaces for Women and also for Millennials, Glassdoor’s 2016 Best Places to Work, and San Francisco Business Times’ Best Places to Work in the SF Bay Area list for seven years straight. Julia has been honored as one of Fortune’s 2015 40 Under 40 business leaders, Inc.’s 35 under 35 in 2014, and Fortune’s Most Powerful Women Entrepreneurs in 2013.
Lisa Lang, Founder & CEO ElektroCouture
Networker. Problem Solver. Whip-Cracker. Maker and Doer. Lisa Lang brings the most diverse people together and makes them work on one project. Currently she is developing smart electricity systems for wearable technology – together with fashion designers and technologists.
Judith Jungmann, SVP Human Resources and Communication, Scout24
Judith has 18 years of experience in personnel and management with major companies in various European countries. She joined Scout24 from Danone food corporation where she has worked as a fully qualified lawyer since 2003. Most recently she was responsible for the Human Resources of a division, covering twelve countries (Europe, Latin America and Russia).
Anna Rose, CEO and co-founder Videopath
Anna Rose is the CEO & co-founder of Videopath. With over eight years of experience in video media technology, Anna has the vision to bring context to moving images. Videopath, a Berlin-based start-up she founded with co-founder David Scharf in 2013, allows creators to bring clickable websites and social channels into digital video. Previous to founding Videopath, she was a product manager at Frogster (now Gameforge) and led the EMEA video acquisition effort at Gracenote. She holds a degree in Business Management and Music Technology from McGill University.
Panel is moderated by Darya Niknamian, Content Marketing Manager, Dataconomy
Darya is passionate about people, storytelling and analytics. She currently freelances in Marketing and Communications with startups and works full time as a Content Marketing Manager for Dataconomy, a leading Data Science media platform. She spends a lot of her spare time working on projects to help elevate women in the workforce. Previously she worked for a social enterprise in Asia advancing womens’ education, co-founded the Vancouver chapter of Women 2.0 and is currently a co-lead of the Berlin chapter of Dreamers // Doers, an organization uniting trailblazing women.
■ Agenda ■
18:30 – Check-in, drinks and networking
19:00 – Welcome & Introduction
19:10 – Keynote by Julia Hartz, co-founder & CEO Eventbrite
19:25 – Panel discussion
20:00 – Questions & Answers
20:10 – Socialising & networking
The Female Founders Forum is supported by
EDITION F, The Hundert, Berlin Valley, Silicon Allee, BusinessLadys, Fempreneur & Dreamers//Doers
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