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How She Raised $1.3 Million in Funding for Her Femtech Activewear Startup
Mitchella Gilbert of Oya Femtech Apparel is one of just 200 Black women to raise over $1 million in venture capital — and she says she’s only just begun
81cents Has Been Acquired by Rora!
We’ve been acquired by Rora, a growing startup in the career advising space that provides 1-to-1 coaching for professionals who are navigating new offers, promotions, and severance negotiations.
Video Learning Startup Raises $29 Million To Tackle Post-Pandemic Education
Beverly Hills-based Subject looks to fill in the gaps for cash-strapped high schools
KPOP Foods Acquired by Leading Korean Food Retailer Wooltari USA
Positions KPOP Foods to continue growth in retail and online to become a premier Korean food brand in the US
Magic Dates on 'Shark Tank': What is the cost, who is the founder and all about healthy date-based snacks
Magic Dates are a guilt-free snack, that can be enjoyed by everybody as they are dairy-free, gluten-free, non-GMO, paleo-friendly and even Kosher!
UNest Partners with Zogo Finance to Help Families Jumpstart Their Financial lives
UNest Partners with Zogo Finance to Help Families Jumpstart Their Financial
Health Debunked: Should I Use Fluoride-Free Toothpaste?
Article featuring Venture Accelerator at UCLA Anderson company, Elims, a "cleantech meets healthcare" company with a north star mission to greatly reduce wastes in healthcare.
POETS & QUANTS
2021 Most Disruptive MBA Startups: Oya, Emile Learning, Emerald Necklace Investments, and Sunga Life
Congratulations to Venture Accelerator companies: Oya, Mitch Gilbert ('21) & Patrick Ayers ('21), Emerald Necklace Investments, Doug Hanly ('21), Emile Learning, Mike Vilardo ('21), and Sunga Life, Jeff Gum ('21) and Warren Lee ('21)!
LA BUSINESS JOURNAL
Women's Leadership Series 2020: The Road to Entrepreneurship - The Venture Accelerator at UCLA Anderson
As Director of the Venture Accelerator at UCLA Anderson, I regularly see the ingenuity and energy that female entrepreneurs bring to startups. Yet funding for female-led ventures continues to be difficult.