BlogHer Entrepreneurs '12: Day One in Tweets

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BlogHer Entrepreneurs kicked off today in Santa Clara, CA and from the sound of your tweets, it was an amazing, informative, fun, inspiring and all around great day. We were following what our attendees were saying -- about specific panels, about that overall feel, when they told someone to turn around so they could wave -- and we brought you just a few from each panel so those of you at home could get a general feel. It's not quite the same, but I'll bet you learn something from these wise tweeters.

Day One in Tweets
Photo Credit: Danielle Tsi

To start the day off, Lisa Stone moderated a conversation with Brad Feld, author of Venture Deals. The tweets coming out of this session were both inspiring and informative. I had staved off the jealousy that I wasn’t at the conference until I read a few of these. It sounded amazing.

Then came a session moderated by BlogHer Co-Founder Elisa Camahort Page on "The Deck" with Keith Teare and Wendy Lea. Knowing that this is a big intimidating factor for many entrepreneurs, I kept a keen eye out for what people were saying during this great panel.

The next great panel brought BlogHer Co-Founder Jory Des Jardins as a moderator while Cindy Padnos, Alicia Morga and Shelley Taniguchi-Sabol talked about making the most of networking as well as some other important points about women in business.

The sessions of the day rounded out with another discussion moderated by Lisa Stone, bringing back Brad Feld along with Heidi Roizen and Danielle Naftulin to talk about understanding your value. I think everyone struggles with this, especially those trying to put actual numbers to their business idea. The panelists were, of course, encouraging.

Some of the best, most encouraging tweets weren't necessarily about what our panelists said but were instead about the experience of the conference as a whole. If what you've read thus far didn't make you jealous that you were missing out on an inspiring and generally awesome day, these few tweets just might!

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