How to create more women technology entrepreneurs

10/22/2010 | Bloomberg Businessweek

Encouraging more girls and teens to get into programming could help create more women tech entrepreneurs, says Dina Kaplan, founder of blip.tv. She also noted that there is a strong camaraderie among women in digital media, and she urges women to "create a bit of an 'old girls' club'" to build a support network and business relationship for women in technology.

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