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Featured in “ABOVE AND BEYOND THE GLASS CEILING” | by Michael Caldwell
Compelling Stories of 25 women who shattered the barriers to their ascension in the world of business. At long last, a book exclusively celebrating successful women. Above and Beyond the Glass Ceiling profiles professional women who range in age from twentysomething to octogenarian.
Available on Amazon.com | Unabridged 2016

Forbes.com | March 2016 | See original
On Wine And Tech With Built.io’s Neha Sampat 
Excerpt: She’s one of the new breed of successful tech entrepreneurs with the company she co-founded, application development platform, Built.io. But what was it that prompted company co-founder and CEO Neha Sampat to become a certified wine sommelier – and how has having this unusual “extracurricular” provided a boost for her own entrepreneurial career?

Inc. Magazine | July 2015 | See original
The Daily Habits of 20 Highly Successful People
Excerpt: “Wake up early and swallow the frog. Mark Twain was onto something when he suggested you should tackle your most challenging project first thing in the morning. I wake up at 5 a.m. almost every morning, including weekends. My mornings are a time to tackle thought-intensive tasks, or approach projects with a new perspective. I consider 5 to 8 a.m. my power hours, and try to get through one significant undertaking by 8 a.m. every day.”

The San Francisco Chronicle | July 2015 | See original
Techies want what money can’t buy: to be certified sommeliers
Excerpt: “Neha Sampat, a certified sommelier and CEO of Built.io, says her wine certification has opened more networking opportunities for her and Built.io, which provides mobile software tools to businesses. She’s been invited to special wine events, and her company has hosted educational wine sessions for other techies. It’s also a good talking point on her resume, she adds.”

The San Francisco Business Times | April 2015 | See original
40 Under 40 Class of 2015: Get to know these young Bay Area business titans
Excerpt: “Proudest accomplishment: Creating a company in a recession that today provides employment for 170 incredibly talented people who I learn from every day.
As a child, what did you want to be when you grew up: A confident, respected and authentic female entrepreneur. Something that seemed quite daunting in the ’80s.”

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IN THE NEWS

  • International Business Times | Marissa Mayer’s Pregnancy Sparks Debate | See original
  • Bustle | These Leaders Are Combating Sexism In The Tech Industry | See original
  • readwrite | Speaker Profile: Built.io’s CEO Neha Sampat | See original
  • Bustle | ‘Women Of Silicon Valley’ – Six Women You Should Know | See original
  • Tech Cocktail | 50 Women in Tech Dominating Silicon Valley | See original
  • TechCrunch | Every Company Needs A Chief Digital Officer by Neha Sampat | See original
  • FastCompany | How I Get It Done: The Upsides of Being a Non-Technical CEO | See original
  • Forbes | Built.io Joins The Mobile Backend On-Premises Gang | See original
  • VentureBeat | Here are 5 mobile startups that build businesses, not apps | See original
  • readwrite | What Happens … Anybody Can Build A Mobile Business App? | See original
  • NetworkWorld | 8 hot mobile startups to watch | See original
  • CiteWorld | Advice from two people who build apps for a living | See original
  • StartupBeat | Ground rules for a startup: Use a ‘lean, but bold’ mindset | See original
  • DEMO.com | built.io Wins First WinDemoMobile Startup Competition | See original
  • Women 2.0 | Bringing Good Karma to the Startup Battlefield | See original
  • USA Today | 3 attention-grabbing start-ups from TechCrunch Disrupt |See original
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