Hello, my name is Mishty Deb. I started this blog because as a founding partner of the Dallas law firm LaSusa & Deb, PLLC I am lucky to be working with passionate women entrepreneurs and I have seen their struggles first hand in finding good resources. I have also been incredibly lucky to have developed a network of women who are my peers, mentors, and supporters, which is something I know a lot of maverick women trying to make big changes don’t have. I wanted to create a forum for women by women because so many legal forums are targeted towards a male perspective of the law. My vision is to create a forum for discussion about inspirational women, current events, and legal hot topics. I hope to inspire and inform, as well create a place for women to connect.
According to wikipedia, “Crowdsourcing is the process of obtaining needed services, ideas, or content by soliciting contributions from a large group of people, and especially from an online community, rather than from traditional employees or suppliers.” (wikipedia) Even though the concept of crowdsourcing has been …Read More
The advent of crowdsourcing websites like Kickstarter have changed the way that Small Business can get funding and how individuals can influence small businesses. Where as before a start-up looked either to family and friends, traditional lending sources (banks and VC investors), or to close …Read More
Learn how to be a Social sharks- the ins and outs of social media, things a business woman needs to know to be a social shark. WHAT: FREE social media workshop for female entrepreneurs WHERE: ExpoSkill Creative Studio 4801 Spring Valley #116 Dallas, TX 75244 …Read More
You might not know it, but Dallas has some pretty incredible female entrepreneurs! Why is Dallas a great place for female entrepreneurs? Find out by joining be for StartUp Weekend, which is a global grassroots organization. This May 29-31, join me at Dallas Startup Weekend: Women’s …Read More
Elections are news grabbing events, but do you know what your representatives are working on after you elect them? Right now according to Annie’s List (annieslist.com), which is a Texas organization that supports having more women representatives in government, “Texas has one of the highest …Read More