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Désirée "Ellie" Cachette (born March 17, 1985) is an American technology executive, activist and author. She is most known as a startup founder, mobile developer and author of Software Agreements for Dummies, having co-founded several startups and published many articles on startup businesses or software design.
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Speaking in Bucharest, Romania
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Désirée "Ellie" Cachette (born March 17, 1985) is an American technology executive, activist and author. She is most known as a startup founder, mobile developer and author of Software Agreements for Dummies, having co-founded several startups and published many articles on startup businesses or software design. Cachette has published several books and writings regarding software contracts, software development, and early stage startup investing. In 2012, Cachette was listed as one of the Top 6 Women in Tech to Follow and has been recognized for both her accomplishments in business as well as charity work for public health, including recognition from the California State Senate for excellence in Public Health Education. Active in both the NYC and Silicon Valley startup communities, Cachette has been recognized for her work in both ecosystems as a developer, investor and leader in the female tech communities particularly with Women2.0.
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Désirée Cachette
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