BettyConfidential Is In The New York Times!

BettyConfidential's co-founder and CEO Deborah Perry Piscione's "Alley to the Valley" conference will address the disparity between East Coast and West Coast women in business.

BettyConfidential Is In The New York Times!

BettyConfidential’s co-founder and CEO Deborah Perry Piscione’s “Alley to the Valley” Conference will address the disparity between East Coast and West Coast women in business.

-The Betty Editors

Deborah Perry Piscione

Have you checked out The New York Times today? You should, because you’ll find BettyConfidential’s co-founder and CEO Deborah Perry Piscione there! Perry Piscione was interviewed about her upcoming “Alley to the Valley” conference, which is co-sponsored by 85 Broads and designed to help East Coast women think and invest more entrepreneurially.

“We’re bringing together some of the most successful, financially independent women in the world and asking them to calculate a solution for female entrepreneurs today,” Perry Piscione said. “We’re providing the entry point to learn about entrepreneurship and put their money to work in a different way.”

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  1. bobbimariah says:

    awesome!!!

  2. FBNYC says:

    Congrats Deborah!

  3. CityLady212 says:

    This is great!

  4. uptowngirl says:

    Wow that’s so cool!

  5. weetziebat says:

    What a great story, and what a terrific group of powerful women. The conference sounds like it’s going to be amazing. I hope some good projects come out of it, including launching websites. We really need to do more entrepreneurial kinds of business on the East Coast. Best of luck, Deborah!

  6. Candice says:

    Such a great article!

  7. coachmaria says:

    The event sounds wonderful. A good opportunity to get with friends and colleagues.

    However, being an east to west coast transplant myself, I don’t think it’s “the west coast” that’s more entrepreneurial. I think it’s more about women who grew up around the tech industry.

    Personally I find that “people” in general on the West Coast don’t know how to network. Heck, I’ve read articles to that end. So I’m glad you found a niche down there in California :) Having support for who you are and your goals and helping women in the process — well there is nothing like it!

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