February and March have been busy months for us. We were travelling all over San Francisco, Anaheim, CA, and back in Toronto!
Feb 24 - 26 we were in San Francisco demoing our app at Launch Festival thanks to the generous Demo Pit scholarship. We met lots of great people. Our swags proved to be quite popular and attracted an unusual amount of male attendees’ attention.
On March 1, I was fortunate to have the opportunity to attend an invite-only first time ever conference hosted by Y-Combinator for female founders only. The experience was phenomenal. In total 5 Y-Combinator alumnus were speaking. You can see the most amazing recap here and here. It’s likely the first time I felt most at ease, with no need to explain why Think Dirty is needed. Almost every single attendee I spoke to can relate to why our app is something missing in the misinformed consumer space. In addition, being in a room full of aspiring women all aiming to achieve something bigger than themselves was an honourable and humbling experience, thank you for the opportunity, Jessica Livingston!
This year’s show has once again surpassed the number of audience from last year to 34,000 attendees, met with some great brands and pioneers in the natural product space. See some recaps below:
Last but not least, we were mentioned by Lululemon on their company blog.
— lululemon athletica (@lululemon)March 9, 2014
We are flattered and excited that the yogis will learn more about us. For all Toronto peeps, in March we will be at Girls in Tech Toronto March 25.
And then will be demoing at Tech in Motion in April. If you are in Toronto, be sure to check us out in warmer spring night.
— Rebecca Banks (@banksr_)March 13, 2014
— jason (@Jason)March 20, 2014
— Inside Apps (@goinsideapps)March 19, 2014
Till next time,
P.S. Spring is here (sort of). Spring clean while thinking dirty!