Gina Bianchini is an expert in creating smarter social networks online and in the real world. She is the founder and CEO of online community platform Mightybell Before Mightybell, Bianchini and Marc Andreessen co-founded Ning, the largest social platform for communities of interests online. Gina has been featured as one of NPR’s “5 Nerds to Watch in 2013,” Marie Claire’s “New Guard,” Fortune Magazine’s “40 under 40,” Huffington Post’s 10 technology “Ultimate Game Changers,” and
Gina Bianchini: Facebook And LinkedIn Don't Work If You're Looking For Professional Advice
Gina Bianchini is a veteran entrepreneur and investor in Silicon Valley. She is the founder of Ning, a platform for users to create their own custom social networks, which she left in 2010 to join venture firm Andresseen Horowitz. In the 2011, she started Mightybell, a social networking platform that helps companies and organizations power discussions among professionals. Watch Bianchini explain how Mightybell fits in a market flooded with social networks.
MightyBell Now Tolls For All
The group software space is getting hot. Between Google Groups, Facebook Groups, Yammer, Convo, Asana, newcomer Slack and more, a loose or tight-knit organization has plenty of tools to choose from in order to keep its community organized. Gina Bianchini’s second attempt at social networking for small communities, MightyBell, has fully joined the niche communication fray today, opening its “social for small groups” product up to all after two years of painstaking and iterative development.