This issue provides an update on the Golden Seeds Venture Fund, as well as a perspective on the Gig Economy and how startups can take full advantage of flexible workforces.  Below is a link to an Inc article about Cadenza Innovation, as well as blogs on these three Golden Seeds companies:Tot Squad, Paradigm4, Day Zero Diagnostics.

The Golden Seeds Venture Fund was selected as a partner of a new New York City program that will invest in women and minority founded technology companies. The new program called We Ventures is part of New York’s   initiative which supports women entrepreneurs with  resources and tools, including free expert legal advice, financial assistance, networking and mentorship opportunities. We Ventures  and its partners will invest $30,000,000 in qualifying start ups over the next 5 years. Golden Seeds Venture Fund is pleased and honored to have been selected as for this important effort supporting worthy female entrepreneurs with much needed capital.   

Elizabeth Eiss, founder & CEO of Results Resourcing shares how startups can use the gig economy to their advantage.

Cadenza Innovation, our company that has developed a new design that improves the performance, cost and safety of large lithium ion batteries, was recently featured in Inc. 

Jennifer Saxton, CEO & founder of Tot Squad, shares why sales is such an important skill set for a founder to have.

Learn how Paradigm4’s SciDB is transforming industries through the use of data and analytics.

Miriam Huntley, CTO & co-founder of Day Zero Diagnostics shares how the company will shape the treatment of infectious diseases

The early-stage investment firm with a focus on women leaders

Golden Seeds pursues investment returns through the empowerment of women entrepreneurs and those who invest in them. We offer an environment in which exciting women-led businesses receive capital and connections to grow and successfully exit.  The group is headquartered in New York City, with active chapters in Atlanta, Boston, Dallas, Houston and Silicon Valley. One of the largest angel networks in the United States, Golden Seeds has more than 275 members nationwide and has invested over $115 million in more than 150 companies. Plus, the organization has a relationship with three funds with committed capital of $36 million. We aim to achieve market returns for our investors while at the same time creating lasting impact.

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