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SheTalks Vol 4: Pitching like a Girl Bangalore 2016

17 Dec 2016
12:00 hrs to 14:00 hrs
L-148, 5th Main, Sector 6, HSR Layout, Bangalore


BHIVE Workspace, in association with Tech In Asia, invites you to the fourth edition of sheTalks: Pitching like a Girl.  

This event is dedicated to women entrepreneurs and created with the mission to build a supportive startup community for them. Forbes has predicted that 2013 would be the Year of Women Entrepreneurs:  PayPal started speaking about the important role of female entrepreneurs two years ago, Entrepreneur India announced 2016 as  The Rise of Women Entrepreneurship, and the Hindu said that India may become future hub of women entrepreneurs…

At SheTalks, we will discuss the challenges women face while juggling VCs, home and work, girl-to-girl.

We will talk about what helps and what hurts. We will trade stories on how do we make it work in what was always a boys’ club? Or, does it help to be a woman?


Caroline Fernandes - Optimist, Social Enttrepreneur
Pankhuri Shrivastava - CMO, Grabhouse
Sahyujyah Shrinivas- Co-founder, LibeRent
Radha K: Principal, Unitus Seed Fund
Nivedita Bhattacharjee- Editor, Tech In Asia
Kylee McIntyre- Writer, Tech In Asia

Meet and learn from the inspiring entrepreneurs and superwomen:

Caroline Fernandes is a co-founder at Vibha Women, Leadership coach, Optimist and Brave Heart . She is passionate and committed toward enabling people to realize their biggest goals. He’s founded Vibha Women in 2015. Vibha Women is  a platform created to enable women entrepreneurs to build the necessary skills and confidence to lead small and medium businesses more effectively. Vibha Women’s core pillars are
• Mentoring
• Theme- based workshops
• Funding.

Pankhuri Shrivastava is the Co-founder and CMO of GrabHouse, a community-based online exchange for finding rented accommodation. Launched in July 2013, the company has closed a Series A funding of $2.5 million from Kalaari Capital and Sequoia Capital. Previously, it had raised $500,000 from India Quotient. She cares about:
Arts and Culture
Human Rights
Science and Technology
Social Services

Sahyujyah Shrinivas is a co-founder at LibeRent. A feminist at heart, she wants to solve that one problem all women face in their daily lives – finding something new to wear. This obsession, coffee addiction and her free thoughts is what makes her best at what she does. She is interested in
management techniques,

Radha K is a principal at Unitus Seed Fund. Radha joined Unitus in 2013 and currently leads the Unitus Seed Fund investment team including new investments, portfolio management and exits across healthcare, education, fintech and other sectors. She has significant operating experience building and commercializing technology products for global markets and evaluating early-stage venture investments in India.  She cares about:
Science and Technology

Nivedita Bhattacharjee  is an editor at Tech In Asia. She’s been a journalist for 7 years now, much of which was spent working with Reuters News in the US. She was a business reporter before the startup bug bit her, and she returned home to follow the community more closely. At TIA, she writes about everything startups and goes about making friends with them

Kylee McIntyre is a writer at Tech In Asia. She is  a storyteller who sees the age we’re in now as an opportunity to create and connect in ways we never have before. The world is changing, and telling stories in engaging and transparent ways is key to challenging the public to make informed decisions.






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