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EarlyStager Changes The Ratio

Hey EarlyStager readers,

Come hang with us next Thursday evening when Change the Ratio presents EarlyStager Stories as part of Social Media Week. We’ll be chatting up founding stories, financing obstacles & pivots that woulda-shoulda happened with the inimitable Rachel Sklar at TechStars / Pivotal Labs

What we will not be doing is talking about what it’s like to be a woman in tech or similar gender-driven topics. Gotham Gal and the ITP folks covered that and a whole lot more in smashing fashion last weekend, so get on the #WEFestival list for 2012. 

In the meantime, we look forward to seeing you on Feb 10 and, apparently, drinking Pepsi.

Register Here.


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