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Episode 74: The Tools: Relationship-Based Sales Techniques

Oct 28th, 2018

In the seventy-fourth episode of Project Entrepreneur's #theTools, Alli McCartney, Managing Director at UBS Wealth Management, Catherine Flax, CEO of Pefin, and Molly Howard, Co-Founder and CEO of La Ligne, share strategies for early-stage female founders to leverage their relationships to close sales.

Episode 73: The Tools: The Power of PR

Oct 18th, 2018

In the seventy-third episode of Project Entrepreneur's #theTools, Carley Roney, Co-Founder of The Knot/XO Group, and Melissa Bach, Director of PR and Brand Marketing at The Knot/XO Group, do a deep dive into how early-stage founders can create their own PR plans.

Episode 72: The Tools: Keys To The Co-Founder Relationship

Oct 18th, 2018

In the seventy-second episode of Project Entrepreneur's #theTools, GILT Co-Founders Alexis Maybank and Alexandra Wilkis Wilson (who is also the Co-Founder of GlamSquad and Fitz) look back on their time as co-founders of GILT and give early stage founders tips and strategies for developing healthy co-founder relationships. This recording comes from the 2018 PE Intensive in New York City.

Episode 71: The Tools: Harnessing The Power Of Collaboration To Unlock Your Startup's Potential

Sep 27th, 2018

In the seventy-first episode of Project Entrepreneur's #theTools, Della Heiman, Founder and CEO of Wynwood Yard in Miami, outlines the importance of community and collaboration for early-stage companies, and explains how female founders can leverage partnerships to take their companies to the next level. This recording comes from the 2018 PE Intensive in New York City.

Episode 70: The Tools: How Not To Be A Schmuck: Listening To Customer Feedback Smartly

Sep 21st, 2018

In the seventieth episode of Project Entrepreneur's #theTools, Liza Landsman, former president of Jet.com (now Venture Partner at New Enterprise Associates)and Jennifer Deare, Founder and CEO of D3, share tactics for how to listen and respond to customer feedback and implement changes based on customer insights. This recording comes from the 2018 PE Intensive in New York City.

Episode 69: The Tools: Prepping Your Seed Round

Sep 13th, 2018

In the sixty-ninth episode of Project Entrepreneur's #theTools, Mented Co-Founders and Co-CEOs K.J. Miller and Amanda Johnson, and Luis Gonzalez, Co-Founder and Partner at Outbound Ventures, share the story behind closing Mented's seed round and discuss how early-stage founders should prepare to raise a seed round of capital. This recording comes from the 2018 PE Intensive in New York City.

Episode 68: The Tools: Building A Game-Changing Brand With Jordana Kier, Co-Founder Of LOLA

Aug 29th, 2018

In the sixty-eighth episode of Project Entrepreneur's #theTools, Jennifer Stybel, Executive Director of Rent the Runway Foundation, sits down with Jordana Kier, Co-Founder of LOLA, to discuss her experience raising $35 million for her feminine care startup and how she and her co-founder Alexandra Friedman built a game-changing brand.

Episode 67: The Tools: It All Starts With Brand

Aug 27th, 2018

In the sixty-seventh episode of Project Entrepreneur's #theTools, Emily Heyward, Co-Founder and Chief Strategist of Red Antler, and Jen Tank, Creative Director of Brandless, discuss why early-stage #femalefounders should always remember that everything they do in their companies has to start with their brand. This recording comes from the 2018 PE Intensive in New York City.

Episode 66: The Tools: Failing Fast

Aug 17th, 2018

In the sixty-sixth episode of Project Entrepreneur's #theTools, Rachel Drori, Founder and CEO of Daily Harvest, discusses why it's important for early-stage founders to fail fast and often (and how to fail in a way that moves toward innovation). This recording comes from the 2018 PE Intensive in New York City.

Episode 65: The Tools: Week 5 of #PEAccelerator 2018

Jul 24th, 2018

In the sixty-fifth episode of Project Entrepreneur’s #theTools, Erin Janklow, Founder and CEO of Entrada ESL (Employer-Sponsored Learning) joins us in the UBS recording studio to share her experiences during her participation in the 2018 Project Entrepreneur Accelerator Program and how she’s empowering service industry employees by teaching them English as they work.

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