In this issue of the Golden Seeds Newsletter, glance at words of wisdom from Carlos Gutierrez, our expansion to Atlanta and the important role of Golden Seeds Office Hours for entrepreneurs. Then read stories about three Golden Seeds women-led companies that are on the move, making a difference and attracting attention.  

Carlos Gutierrez, Sr., came to Golden Seeds recently for a conversation about leadership and innovation.   

Atlanta is a boomtown for startups. Read here why Golden Seeds has launched a chapter there.   

In 2010, Golden Seeds pioneered the practice of Office Hours for women-led startups. Here are four ways Golden Seeds's Office Hours help entrepreneurs navigate the complex process of getting from idea to funded company.

Learn how Christina Lampe-Onnerud, created a company poised to become a world leader in battery architecture, performance and safety.

Sukhinder Singh Cassidy of theBoardlist, discusses how the organization she founded leverages technology to help private companies diversify their boardrooms. 

These innovative founders are cracking the code to help marketers navigate the many technology options available to them.  

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 was founded in 2005 and 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 $110 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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