Episode 102

Building Female Tech Communities for Growth with Nicole Yeary

This week on The Exit: Why is it so hard for female entrepreneurs to raise capital for their business ventures? This is what Nicole Yearing found herself asking. After climbing the corporate ladder, Nicole realized her call was to find the answer to that question. The answer came by starting Ms.Tech. After years leading the company, she decided to exit it. But when you exit a community, not just a business, what is it the one thing you care about the most? Listen to find out.

Nicole is a Strategic Consultant and Fractional CMO who has led Ms.Tech (acquired 2021) a company focused on seeing more women start and scale technology companies, as the founder since 2014. She now invests her time advising and guiding the next generation of startup companies.

LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/in/nicoleyeary/

Twitter – @Nicoleyeary – https://twitter.com/nicoleyeary

Twitter – @MsTechGroup – https://twitter.com/MsTechGroup

Links for Ms. Tech – https://linktr.ee/MsTechClub


The Exit Meetups – https://flippa.com/the-exit-meetups/

Her Future Event – https://flippa.com/events/her-future/


The Exit—Presented By Flippa: A 30-minute podcast featuring expert entrepreneurs who have been there and done it. The Exit talks to operators who have bought and sold a business. You’ll learn how they did it, why they did it, and get exposure to the world of exits, a world occupied by a small few, but accessible to many. To listen to the podcast or get daily listing updates, click on flippa.com/the-exit-podcast/


Steve McGarry

An entrepreneur, content creator, and investor based in sunny Tampa, Florida. In 2015, while living in San Francisco, Steve sold his first fintech startup LendLayer to Max Levchin’s (founder of PayPal) consumer finance company Affirm.

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