Our chat with these founders who have quickly gained traction for their startups will cover: their definitions of business traction, techniques for highlighting a business’s early-stage achievements, strategies for communicating business traction to different startup stakeholders and investors, and metrics that all founders should have memorized and can quickly share. Plus, so much more on how founders and small business owners can showcase their hard work, wins, and future potential.
They’ll also answer your questions! So, submit your questions when you register, and our featured founders will answer them during the live session facilitated by Ascender’s Executive Director, Nadyli Nuñez.
Securing investments, partnerships, and new customers starts with your ability to demonstrate business traction. Register for this FREE event!
Asha Banks founded CheerNotes in 2019 in response to a long-time frustration with the lack of inclusive messages and designs within stationery. As a retailer and brand that amplifies diverse artists, CheerNotes helps creatives and customers feel seen and excited to connect through greeting cards. She is a 2020 Carnegie Mellon MBA graduate with a background in engineering and management consulting in the manufacturing industry.
Rachel Reid is the founder & CEO of Subtl Beauty, a consumer packaged goods (CPG) company that developed portable stackable makeup for busy people on-the-go. Before Subtl, Rachel spent many years in digital marketing, project management, and e-commerce.