Our favorite Forbes Writer has some words you should ponder!
“Women may still be a minority in tech, but as their power rises, so does their responsibility and visibility.” – Biz Carson
“Not every innovator is founding their own company. Often, they’re driving change and growth in their own companies.” – Biz Carson
“The ubiquity of smartphones and a more connected world makes it easy to build a company that has the potential to reach billions, but cutting through the noise and capturing consumer attention is as hard as ever.” – Biz Carson
“….with all that money comes a unique challenge. Call it the curse of the unicorn:” – Biz Carson
“….many sharing economy startups began with a similar frustration.” – Biz Carson
“The idea of a marketplace where people rent or share their unused items lying around the house has long been seductive to entrepreneurs.” – Biz Carson
“A passenger’s sweet-tooth ends up being a bonus for the Uber driver as well.” – Biz Carson
From Her Forbes Profile:
I’m a San Francisco-based staff writer for Forbes with a focus on Uber, the sharing economy, and startups. I previously worked for Business Insider, Gigaom, and Wired. I also spent a year as newspaper designer for Gannett. I’m a native of Atlanta, Georgia and a proud graduate from Indiana University’s journalism school. Email me story tips at bcarson [at] forbes.com or follow me on Twitter @bizcarson.