By Michele Guido
Photos taken by Dan Taylor
The size of the space was overwhelming and I had no idea where to start among the 100+ of booths representing different companies when I arrived. I was at TechCrunch Disrupt Europe in Berlin, lucky enough to score a last minute ticket. I began weaving the aisles on the showroom floor, looking for women who were showcasing interesting products and could share some knowledge they’d picked up along the way for those of us looking to jump into the tech/startup scene (like me!). Read More
A guest post by our mentee Emmi
When I applied for the mentorship program I had recently started as a product manager, a position that was completely new to me. In an environment highly dominated by men, being the youngest in my position and with no strong technical background I felt I needed to gain more specific knowledge, get wider perspectives and get in control. I had no serious hopes of getting a mentor with the same profession as me, so when I was matched with Jennifer, an experienced product manager with an engineering background, I was happily surprised. After our first call I knew this was going to be the start of a great mentorship experience and since then it has only gotten better. Let me explain why, by summarizing five of my most important learnings.
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