Imagine a future where successful women-led companies abound, and where more women-led companies will lead to gender equality in the board room and workforce.
The women behind Project W, an initiative developed by law firm Davis Wright Tremaine LLP, spend a lot of time fostering the advancement of women in the business world to accomplish just that.
Founded in 2016, Project W partners with smart, innovative organizations to offer women entrepreneurs, investors and business leaders multiple unique programs, such as Women Entrepreneurs Boot Camp; Women in Nonprofit; FemTech; Dolphin Tank; and empoWer. It was designed to create opportunities for conversations that advance the cause of women by leveraging the power of connections and the power of women helping women.
Tomorrow, Project W and Springboard Enterprises are teaming up to host a Dolphin Tank ® panel focused on Los Angeles entrepreneurs involved in media tech.
Dolphin Tank® programs are “helpful feedback-driven” pitch sessions for entrepreneurs to receive constructive insights from knowledgeable professionals. The interactive discussion is led by an expert panel that focuses on one thing: “How can we help?” The objective is to provide connections and advice to enable entrepreneurs to overcome their challenges and capitalize on their opportunities.
This tech event is set for July 25 at Abacus Wealth Partners on Santa Monica Boulevard.
Each presenter will deliver a 3-minute business pitch that quickly, concisely, and compellingly communicates their business opportunity. The panelists will provide feedback and engage the audience in offering constructive comments for 8-12 minutes after each pitch.
The entrepreneurs that will be pitching tomorrow are:
- Lisa Wong, founder of Binary Bubbles, which has developed a content management system that allows brands to tie a thread between all of their products to drive sales across all verticals while creating a strong emotional bond with the brand. Using its power and unique feature, Binary Bubbles unique technology allows YouTube influencers to convert their video content into monetizable games.
- Kari Wu, co-founder of Screen Door Labs. Screen Door Labs integrates cutting-edge technologies including augmented reality glasses, drones, and sensors to extend human perception and allow people to communicate with one another.
- Erika Barraza, founder of EVRealities, which enables content creators to publish editorial 360Videos, VR and AR experiences, built on blockchain technologies.
- Mona DeFrawi, founder of Radivision, the “Entrepreneurship Network” – like an “ESPN for Entrepreneurship” unlocking the world of entrepreneurship through an original video series.
For more information contact: Jennifer Gronwaldt – firstname.lastname@example.org – 281.536.1870