A podcast that puts women makers at the forefront; women from the startup scene, women makers in every sense.
As the founder of an international women makers community, I realized how important personal anecdotes are for inspiring us. Entrepreneurism as a woman can be lonely, especially when the majority of founders in the spotlight are men.
In this podcast, I interview successful women makers who share their personal stories, experiences, and tips for aspiring entrepreneurs. Each month we come together to hear a new story of what makes a maker.
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Kate is British but she lived in Australia since she was 10. In 2010, she left her job as a digital director of a magazine company and headed to San Francisco. She worked for different startups then did some consulting in freelance while being semi-nomadic.
In 2011 she created The Fetch, a tech city guide, then CloudPeeps in 2014, a marketplace to hire freelancers. She’s also a writer, an advisor and has been involved in various communities.
Among other things we talked about what it’s like to be a woman founder, how to find a work/life balance, especially when you work with your husband, loneliness and freedom in entrepreneurism and also how women can lead the change in the tech industry.
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Music credits: Internet Vin • everyday 353