The Career Expert
With an early interest in media, Tania Yuki is now at the forefront of digital marketing, analytics and management.
Tania Yuki is the founder and CEO of Shareablee, a leading provider of social content analytics for business. She has spent most of her career in digital marketing, measurement and analytics, and was recently honored with SmartCEO’s Brava Award, a Cynopsis Media Top Woman in Digital Award, a L’Oréal Women in Digital Next Generation Award, a Great Mind Award from the Advertising Research Foundation, was featured in Fast Company, and was named in Direct Marketing News and Multichannel News’ 40 under 40 classes and by Forbes as one of 12 women driving digital in New York.
Tania began her career as a media and internet attorney, specializing in digital rights management, IP and film financing. After moving to the US from Australia she was seduced by digital and went on to run an online video content network as head of acquisitions and branding and has also led product management for comScore’s Video Metrix, the world’s leading online video ratings service. Tania is also the founder of wimlink, an organization that holds regular events and seminars promoting entrepreneurship, leadership and the professional development of women.
How did you start Shareablee?
How do you build a board who can help during the fundraising process?
What are some of the hardest questions you’ve been asked by potential investors?
What do you consider your biggest professional success?
What does your fundraising process look like?
What is the best advice that you have received?
What is the biggest risk you have taken?
What kinds of deal-breakers should first time founders look out for?
Where are you from?
Why do you feel that a lot of startups can’t get funding?