Disrupting Beauty: Coral Labs, 10/11


About Coral Labs:
Coral Labs is a Y-Combinator backed beauty tech start-up based in the Bay Area aiming to make beauty technology accessible and convenient for the modern-day woman. At Coral, we are building the world's first device that can automatically paint and dry nails in 10 minutes. Using computer vision, mechanical and chemical innovation we've developed a way to deliver this as a consumer device that people can use at home, similar to Keurig but for nails.

Coral’s co-founder, Ramya Venkateswaran will be joining us to discuss joining accelerators, securing funding and creating a great pitch. Additionally, Coral is also looking to hire students and discuss opportunities available. Come network with Ramya and the Coral Labs team.

Ramya Venkateswaran, Co-Founder:
Ramya Venkateswaran is the co-founder of Coral Labs. Previously, Ramya led product strategy and partnerships development at Dolby Labs for Dolby's business communications division. She has experience in building, launching and shipping enterprise hardware and software technology. Ramya has degree in Electrical Engineering from P.S.G College of Technology and an MBA from Duke University.

Monsoon Pabrai, Community Lead:
Monsoon graduated from UC Berkeley in 2017 with a degree in Political Science. After graduation she joined Dalton Investments as a Research Analyst specializing in Asia equities. She invested primarily in Indian public markets and split her time between Los Angeles and Mumbai, India. She launched her fund's India office before deciding it was time to join a start up she felt aligned with. She joined Coral Labs in summer 2019 first as an intern and was later hired as the Community Lead.

Starts at: 2019-10-11 01:30:00
Ends at: 2019-10-11 03:00:00

Location:

UC Berkeley Sutardja Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology – SCET
2227 Piedmont Avenue, California Memorial Stadium, Room 122, Berkeley, California 94720



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