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Cindy Whitehead and Chance Barnett are teaming up in an effort to promote and help grow women-led startups.
Alliance between virtual startup incubator and equity crowdfunding platform will provide integrated and accessible business services for entrepreneurs
Cindy Whitehead, the serial entrepreneur who built the company behind the “female Viagra,” has a new venture aimed at helping women avoid the pitfalls that nearly ended her career.
Law Firm Supports Cindy Whitehead’s Latest Business Venture to Revolutionize Resources Available to Women-Focused Startups
For Cindy Whitehead, looking through rose-colored glasses is a way of life.
Cindy Whitehead is the founder of the much-critiqued “female Viagra,” Addyi. After selling her company for $1 billion last year, she started her own investment fund called the Pink Ceiling.
Some startup founders dream of seeing their companies grow to hundreds or thousands of employees. Serial entrepreneur Cindy Whitehead, however, prefers to keep headcounts low.
A lot of CEOs have that one interview question they ask every job candidate before making a decision. And some are easier to answer than others.
This interview with Cindy Whitehead, chief executive officer of the Pink Ceiling, which finances and supports innovations for women, was conducted and condensed by Adam Bryant.