In Good Company
In Good Company
Last year, the investing savant Tracy Killoren Chadwell launched a tech-oriented, women-focused venture capital fund in Greenwich and gave it a cryptic name: 1843 Capital. What does the name signify? To find out, read more.
8 Women VCs Share the Most Memorable Pitch They’ve Ever Received
8 Women VCs Share the Most Memorable Pitch They’ve Ever Received
From a dinosaur in a tutu to getting (really) personal, these pitches left an impression. Read more.
Ten Female Founded Venture Capital Funds You Should Have In Your Network
Ten Female Founded Venture Capital Funds You Should Have In Your Network
For those looking for a change in the face of venture capital, listed below are ten more female-founded funds to keep your eyes on (and to connect with).
TEDX – New York Institute of Technology
TEDX – New York Institute of Technology
Tracy Chadwell, Founding Partner of 1843 Capital, shares the skill set of the ask and the three know/no's to a yes. View TEDxNYIT video
Tracy Chadwell On Three Women Who Could Rock The Job Of Uber CEO
Tracy Chadwell On Three Women Who Could Rock The Job Of Uber CEO
The chances of Uber choosing a woman as its next CEO are about the same as getting a cab in midtown Manhattan in the rain at rush hour. As a woman who has built her career in and around tech, I strongly suspected this even before this week's report that the field has been narrowed to four men, Read More....
Female Founders Alliance – Investors, Innovators, Influencers – Tracy Killoren Chadwell, 1843 Capital
Female Founders Alliance – Investors, Innovators, Influencers – Tracy Killoren Chadwell, 1843 Capital
Tracy Chadwell, Founding Partner of 1843 Capital, shares the skill set of the ask and the three know/no's to a yes. Tracy Killoren Chadwell is the Founding Partner of 1843 Capital, a venture capital fund focused on technology companies with at least one female founder.
‘Silver Tech’ Is The Young Hot Growing Tech Trend For Seniors
‘Silver Tech’ Is The Young Hot Growing Tech Trend For Seniors
Consumers are getting older and becoming more tech savvy. This is driving a hot growing market for “silver tech” or technology for seniors.