Giving Back at Dreamforce: 5 Big Takeaways for Building Philanthropy Into Your Company’s DNA

By Naomi Morenzoni.  Originally published on Medium. Any veteran of Dreamforce knows that our community gives back in a big way. This year was no exception with 1 million books donated to libraries and schools around the world, 3,500 kits packed for Project Night Night to support homeless children, 325 students learning to code on [...]

2017-01-29T08:53:36-05:00September 30th, 2015|

Ron Conway And Topher Conway From SV Angel: “There’s No Bubble”

By Drew Olanoff. Originally published on TechCrunch. Disrupt SF started off with a bang this morning with a fireside chat including Ron and Topher Conway, both investors with SV Angel. TechCrunch founder and CrunchFund investor Michael Arrington peppered them with questions about the landscape of Silicon Valley. They know what they’re talking about, as SV [...]

2017-01-29T09:02:36-05:00September 21st, 2015|

Australian start-ups can be world leaders, says global giant Salesforce

By David Swan. Published in the Australian. Global cloud computing firm Salesforce may be a $US10 billion tech behemoth but its head of start-up relations Ludo Ulrich says his door is always open to Australian start-ups, as the company looks to tighten its relationship with entrepreneurs Down Under. Mr Ulrich, who previously served as chief [...]

2017-05-20T11:09:26-04:00September 18th, 2015|

How startups can improve the world 1% at a time

By Kye White.  Originally published in StartUpSmart. The Pledge 1% philanthropy program, created by Salesforce and supported by the likes of Atlassian, is well on the way of meeting the goal it set late last year of signing up 500 companies by December. The program sees participating companies volunteer to divert 1% equity, 1% employee [...]

2017-05-20T11:09:26-04:00September 17th, 2015|

Twilio commits to donating 1% of its equity to its nonprofit foundation

By Ken Yeung.  Originally published on VentureBeat. Telecommunications API provider Twilio has committed itself to setting aside 1 percent of its equity to be used to support its nonprofit foundation, Twilio.org, over the next decade. This could generate more than $10 million for the organization. The move comes as part of the 1% pledge that was started [...]

2017-05-20T11:09:26-04:00September 15th, 2015|
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