Behind Her Empire Podcast: Coolhaus Ice Cream, Once Sold From a Broken Truck, Is Now a Multimillion Dollar Business
Natasha Case is the cofounder and CEO of Coolhaus, a women-founded and led ice cream brand serving premium cookie sandwiches, pints and bars.
After earning her masters in architecture from UCLA and landing her dream job at Walt Disney Imagineering, she left her corporate job and risked everything she had on an idea and an old postal van she purchased on Craigslist.
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We are thrilled to announce the inaugural "dot.LA Startup Awards 2020," a celebration of the most innovative people and companies in the L.A. startup and tech community. The event will be hosted live on Wednesday, October 28th to close out the dot.LA Summit. We will recognize and celebrate L.A.'s most coveted startup pioneers, rising tech companies and disruptive innovators.
dot.LA readers can nominate people or individuals in six categories; Pivot of the Year, Social Justice Award, Rising Entrepreneur, Rising Startup, Entrepreneur of the Year and Startup of the Year.
Get involved and nominate a startup or an individual to win an award.
James Segil and Alex Kazerani are two of L.A.'s most successful tech entrepreneurs, but you've probably never heard of them because for the last 20 years they've been making bets on backend tech infrastructure. Most recently they scored a $36 million fundraise for their latest venture. And now as they look back at their careers, they've opened up their playbook to dot.LA.