Learn About Dell's $100 Million Innovators Credit Fund From Dell EIR Ingrid Vanderveldt
Learn About Dell's $100 Million Innovators Credit Fund from Dell's EIR Ingrid Vanderveldt
The Dell Innovators Credit Fund was created by Dell's first Entrepreneur in Residence, Ingrid Vanderveldt, who will join us to answer any and all questions startups have about the newly launched $100M fund. The Fund aims to get end-to-end, scalable technology solutions in the hands of growing businesses during that crucial early time in market.
About Ingrid Vanderveldt:
Entrepreneur & Visionary
Since June of 2012, Ingrid has been responsible for the Dell Innovators Credit Fund whose goal is to help entrepreneurs “maximize potential for innovation, speed to market and job creation.” The $100M fund will support select innovative initiatives and aid entrepreneurs building high growth companies. Ingrid heads the Entrepreneur In Residence Program at Dell, which functions as "The Center for Thought Leadership, Innovation & Strategy for Entrepreneurial Excellence at Dell" and forms a bridge to the SMB marketplace. Additionally, Ingrid is working to help Dell achieve its goal of "Empowering a Billion Women by 2020" by connecting women to the technology and resources they need to become leaders of innovation. Before joining Dell, Ingrid was the CEO of Green Girl Energy and founded the GLASS (Global Leadership And Sustainable Success) Forum, which hosts an invite-only annual event where female leaders convene to discuss solutions and take action to empower women worldwide. Ingrid has also had experience as a managing partner for VH2 Energy Investments LLC and founded several businesses including iVEEA and Infoluminate.
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