We had the amazing opportunity to attend SaaStr Annual 2019. Here are our key takeaways from the largest non-vendor confab of the world.
We’re very thankful for what 2018 has brought to us, and we’d like to take some time to share a few thoughts as we look forward to the new year.
Symba is excited to announce the launch of our beta! Our beta is now running through December 2018 for fall internship programs. Learn more about our beta here.
This past weekend Symba received the TiE20 award. Symba was recognized as a Top 20 early stage startup at the annual TiECon Detroit, hosted by the Detroit chapter of TiE. TiE is a nonprofit, global community of entrepreneurs that hosts TiECon SV, the world’s largest entrepreneurship focused conference.
Startup Boston is five days of amazing events, inspiring people, and learning experiences. Check out some of the highlights for us at Startup Boston.
Last week, CEO Ahva Sadeghi spoke on the Social Entrepreneurship Panel for The World Bank’s Global Youth Summit which commemorates #InternationalYouthDay. The Summit brought together over 300 young leaders from all over the world, and we were excited to be a part of this valuable conversation engaging the next generation of international leaders.
CTO Nikita Gupta was recently invited to the Czech Technical University in Prague to give a talk on Symba’s journey and startup culture in the United States. Here are some key takeaways from her presentation and experience there.
A few weeks ago, Symba had the amazing opportunity to attend Y Combinator’s Female Founders Conference in Manhattan, New York. The conference was motivating, inspiring, and left us in awe at the power of female founders. Here are our key takeaways from the conference and why all female founders should attend.
This week, CEO Ahva Sadeghi attended House of Genius in Phoenix, Arizona. It was an opportunity to connect with other members of the Phoenix startup community and ask a panel one pressing question we had to get their insights. Read about her experience and key takeaways below.
A successful startup requires a solid team willing to fully commit and dedicate a large portion of their lives to the cause. Building a business from the ground up is no easy feat, and it’s easy to feel burnt out. Team retreats are the perfect way to combine work and fun to motivate your team and walk away stronger.