joyce kim

  • A look at 42 women in tech who crushed it in 2017

    What a challenging, exhilarating year it has been for women everywhere, starting from the women’s March on Washington to former Uber engineer Susan Fowler’s eye-opening and now famous blog post to the #metoo movement that has swept the country, washing dozens of sexual predators out of their powerful roles in the process. All the while, women in tech have been driving their… Read More

  • This Week On Bullish: How To Be Nonprofit On Purpose

    Non-Profit On Purpose | Bullish

    Hello and welcome back to Bullish, TechCrunch’s first talk show and running attempt to see how much I can sweat inside of 10 minutes on a regular basis. This week we dug into a topic that is both near, and far from our hearts: Nonprofits, and their impact inside of the technology world. The concept is near to our hearts, as nonprofits are critical to large pieces of our economy and polity. Read More

  • Cheezburger Creator’s Startup SimpleHoney Shifts Focus From Travel To ‘I Want Wish List’ App

    Cheezburger Creator’s Startup SimpleHoney Shifts Focus From Travel To ‘I Want Wish List’ App

    SimpleHoney, the startup co-founded by Joyce Kim (former CEO of Korean pop site Soompi.com and former co-host of the GigaOm show) and Eric Nakagawa (creator of the I Can Has Cheezburger blog), is pursuing a new goal — creating the perfect app for “wish list commerce.” When SimpleHoney launched in May of last year, its goal was to connect travelers with the right hotel based… Read More