Join us to learn more about their company, and tour the BendTECH space and founder’s office. We’ll have a short presentation from Rupie about their product and their future plans.
You’re likely familiar with the gender pay gap. Well, there’s also a very real and very large gender investment gap when it comes to startup founders who receive funding. It’s one of the statistics that you keep waiting to see improve, and it doesn’t really budge much from 2% — that is 2% of all investment dollars go toward women founders. Far, far less goes to women of color.
The first company to take up residence in BendTECH’s first-ever Startup Founder’s Office is Rupie, a platform that connects game developer talent with game studios. CEO Austin Anderson, previously a lead software engineer at LinkedIn, founded the company in late 2017 as a way to help small to mid-sized game studios find and engage developer talent.
Job hunters, heads up: The jobs board has some interesting tech, sales and nonprofit positions posted. We’ll start with the latter. The BendTECH team (which includes myself, as board president) is looking for a new executive director. It’s a great organization, run by a stellar board that’s excited to take nonprofit coworking to the next level.
Check out the posting (and feel free to email me if interested).
BendTech Executive Director
Putting on my BendTECH hat for a moment — I’ve been on the BendTECH board for a few years, and finding a way to increase access to our awesome coworking community has been on the minds of board members for awhile. That’s why we’re so excited to announce the Startup Founders Office program, which allows us to support more early stage entrepreneurs with free space, awesome expertise, and a supportive community ready to help you get your business off the ground.