I'm offering free 60-Minute Marketing Strategy Calls
to women and other underrepresented founders.



Why Am I Doing This?

It's simple. All of my current clients are companies led by white cis men, and while I love working with them, the lack of diversity is, well, discouraging. I want to help level the paying field for companies run by women and other underrepresented groups.

  • Only 18% of all U.S. startups have a female founder. (source)
  • Black women represent just 4% of women-led tech startups in the U.S. (source)
  • Nearly half of female founders (48%) cite lack of mentors and advisors as holding them back. (source)

How Can A Call Help?

I want to help move your growing company forward. Maybe you've been so focused on product development that your marketing is suffering. Maybe you're feeling less than confident in your current marketing strategy. Or, maybe if you're honest with yourself, your strategy just a list of channels and tactics. 

In this one-hour call, we'll make sure you’re on the right track before you invest too many resources or make that next hire. You can also get a teardown of your latest campaign, website or feature launch. We'll figure out exactly what your next move should be with a laser-focused strategy call.

Read more about my 60-Minute Strategy Calls (regularly $395)

Ready For Your Call?

Get in touch by clicking the button below and completing the form. I'll get back to you about booking our session at a convenient time for both of us.

The only limitations to this offer are:

  1. You must be a woman, non-binary, LGBTQ+ or otherwise underrepresented minority founder of a tech company. 
  2. Free calls are limited one per company and subject, of course, to availability.


"The fastest growing companies, at 200%+ growth, are 75% more likely to have a female founder."

TINY Pulse Startup Culture Report 2017


Georgiana Laudi  Founder, A Better CX Inc. 

Georgiana Laudi
Founder, A Better CX Inc. 


I'm a longtime advocate for women in tech, starting in 2009 when I led a quickly growing community and frequent standing-room only events for women in tech. I've been on countless panels on the topic since then. You might call me a vet in marketing technology too, I've been bringing brands, products and campaigns of all sizes to digital life since 2002. I'm also a startup mentor and, until recently, a VP at a Deloitte Fast 50 SaaS startup for 5 years.

I'm on the advisory board for the Advancement of Women in STEM, funded by The Status of Women Canada. Our goal is to improve women’s retention and advancement within the STEM industry.

I'm also a mother of 2 young daughters, and run a community of parents and friends dedicated to raising and inspiring the world's next generation of STEM leaders. 

I need to see things change in the industry that I love. Yes, mentoring, organizing communities, events and being on panels and diversity boards helps, but looking at my clients, my own business doesn't reflect the change I want to see. So I'm giving what I can to help level the paying field and move a group of more diverse founders of tech companies forward.

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