Ready Set Raise Class of ’18: Lori-Lee Emshey – FutureSight AR

Lori-Lee Emshey is the founder and CEO of FutureSight AR, an augmented reality product for engineering, procurement, and construction companies. FutureSight AR launched in 2017 and is headquartered in Houston, Texas. Learn more about Lori-Lee and her company by reading our interview below. Tell us a little about FutureSight AR? What inspired you to start […] [...]

Ready Set Raise Class of ’18: Sandra Johnson – geeRemit

Sandra Johnson is the founder and CEO of geeRemit, a logistics-free global remittance mobile app based on blockchain. The company’s mission to resolve all location-based logistical issues, as the transactions are done via mobile phones. Sandra also has an impressive STEM background. She is one of the first African-American women to earn a Ph.D. in […] [...]

Ready Set Raise Class of ’18: Aditi Shekar – Zeta Help

Aditi Shekar is the founder and CEO of Zeta Help, a tool that helps couples master their personal finances together. Zeta Help launched this year in February and is headquartered in San Francisco, California. Tell us a little about Zeta? What inspired you to start the company? Zeta was inspired out my own experience 6 […] [...]

The big reveal! Introducing the Ready Set Raise finalists!

Two weeks ago we shared the kick off to Ready Set Raise, our first accelerator designed for female founded companies. Today, we have two exciting announcements to share. First, Trilogy Equity Partners, a Bellevue-based venture capital firm, stepped in to underwrite the cost of the program to participants. This incredibly rare and very substantial subsidy […] [...]

Ready? Set? Raise!

It all started with my failure. When I started my last company, I knew that raising capital would be difficult. For me, at that time in my life, it turned out to be impossible. It turned out to be a failure. My failure fueled a new mission: to help female founders be more successful, faster, […] [...]