Building Data Products: Insights from Female Founders
Are you working on data-powered products? Join us for a panel discussion with female founders and an investor as they share their insights on what it takes to convert data into a product and build a successful business upon it.
18:30 – doors open
19:00 – 20:00 – panel discussion incl. Q&A
20:00 – 21:30 – networking, soft drinks
Emily Jordan, PhD
Co-Founder & COO, Ancora.ai
Emily is also an angel investor and founder at Halo Angel Group, and a startup mentor. She holds a neuroscience PhD from the University of Cambridge and has spent her career working at the intersection of science and tech in 3 countries.
Founder of Women CTO Dinner, Venture Scout at Ananda Impact VC
After more than 10 years working in the Berlin startup scene, Karla Schönicke took her product experience to the investor side and now works as a Venture Scout for Ananda Impact Ventures. She’s also the co-initiator of the first female business angel academy in DACH #FINacademy and founder of the Women CTO Dinner community with now over 300 members.
Dr. Shama Rahman
Founder & CEO, STArtLab Berlin
Dr Shama Rahman is an entrepreneur, scientist, designer, artist and creative technologist. With a PhD in the neuroscience and complex systems of creativity and innovation, she brings together art and science of creativity in the form of performances, workshops and most recently AI-augmented collaborative tools. She is currently the CEO of a neurotech startup NeuroCreate and STArtLab Berlin.
Dr. Naja von Schmude
Co-Founder & CTO, Peregrine.ai
Dr. Naja von Schmude is co-founder and CTO of Peregrine.ai where she shapes the development of Peregrine’s computer vision based products to empower commercial fleets and mobility services to operate safely and efficiently. Naja was recognized as part of Capital magazine’s Top 40 under 40 in 2022.
Founder & Host, Venturing Women
Darya Kamkalova is a data industry professional. Her experience in the data industry spans 10 years, five continents and such domains as data monetisation & acquisition, data product development, strategic partnerships as well as building a global data marketplace. She is also a podcast host and producer of Venturing Women, a startup mentor, and a speaker.
This event is hosted by the Applied Data Incubator and Venturing Women.
Applied Data Incubator supports first-time founders in launching their data startups. The program brings together data-driven entrepreneurs and international corporates to work with real-life data and real-life challenges.
Venturing Women is a podcast for entrepreneurial women: founders, builders, changemakers shaping the world we live in. Darya Kamkalova interviews female founders, investors and startup ecosystem enablers to inspire more women to build businesses.