Girl Starter, a new entertainment and technology company focused on the next generation of female business leaders, is launching a new television series on TLC and Visa is a proud sponsor. Before the show first airs on April 28, three of the show’s contestants—young women ready to launch their businesses—stopped by the Visa Innovation Center in San Francisco to seek advice about how to build a successful business and brand from three of our business leaders.
Power On series: Best advice for getting a business off the ground
Visa’s Girl Starter sponsorship kicks off with a pre-competition pow-wow
Diversity is key to innovation
Jolen Anderson, Visa SVP, Chief Diversity Officer, shares her thoughts on the impact diversity has on innovation and the importance of bringing together minds that don’t necessarily look or think alike.
Meet your mentor
Jim McCarthy, Visa’s Head of Global Innovation, offers valuable advice to the Girl Starter cast from the seat of a connected car.
Success and self-doubt
Kate Johnson, Visa VP of Global Sponsorship and an Olympian, understands that sometimes self-doubt creeps in—here’s her strategy for crushing it.
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