The Career Expert
Award-winning interactive artist and entrepreneur Rachel Law shares her data on starting a successful business.
Rachel Law is co-founder and CEO of Kip, a search platform that finds fashion you love in physical stores around you. No need to go through multiple stores, with Kip you can find the right store that carries exactly what you’re looking for.
Formerly a creative technologist and award-winning interactive artist, Rachel designed and developed Vortex, a browser extension that allowed people to swap their metadata across networks and successfully funded a Kickstarter, W.A.N.T, a book about analyzing the size, scale and shape of networks.
She has spoken at NYU/Intel, Center for Transformative Media, 4A’s CreateTech and more on networks and data. Past work featured in: Ad-Age, HackerNews, Naked Capitalism, 89.3KPCC (radio), Slashdot, Artitude, Culture Push and more.
How did you build your team?
How do you handle conflicting pieces of advice?
How do you start your day?
What are some of the hardest questions you’ve been asked by potential investors?
What did your fundraising process look like?
What do you wish you had known before starting the fundraising process?
What is your insight and advice on how to raise capital?
How do you boost yourself back up to keep going after a string of rejections?