diversity in tech

diversity in tech

Snap Inc. is expanding its Yellow Accelerator program, opening it up twice a year — for eight companies per cohort.

Launched in 2018, the Santa Monica-based company’s accelerator has invested in 38 companies so far.

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Two weeks before her first son was born, entrepreneur Natalie Gordon became frustrated with the limited options for baby registries. So she created her own — as a side project.

That side project is now a fast-growing, multimillion-dollar business known as Babylist.

Gordon joined this week's episode of the Behind Her Empire podcast to discuss how she built her startup with little VC investment and how the "failure" of her previous business set her up for success at Babylist.


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Like most tech companies, Snap Inc. employees are largely white and male and the company has been grappling with its lack of diversity.

On Wednesday, its CEO Evan Spiegel gathered an all-star group of influential leaders in Southern California's tech space from Google to Spotify and Headspace for some well-intentioned hand wringing.

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