The time is here… The SheStarts founders are off to Silicon Valley! In Part 1 of the three-part SheStarts Grand Finale, the founders are frantically striving to prepare for a week-long trip to the US, jam-packed with visits to the tech giants, meetings with experienced entrepreneurs, and a chance to pitch to seasoned investors. For some of the founders it’s their first time in the global heart of tech and innovation. For others, it’s a return to a place that holds special memories which form part of their own startup journey. But for all of the women, the big question is - how will the “Mecca of Tech” respond to their early stage business ideas?
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