How To Quit Your Job At 26 And Start A Web Company With No Money And No Tech Experience

Marissa Evans

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Last week we grabbed coffee with SAI Startup 2010 finalist Marissa Evans, CEO and Founder of is a crowd-sourced fashion and shopping advice site, where users can upload pictures of their outfits and get instant feedback from others.

As an ambitious Cornell/Harvard Business School alumni with a passion for entrepreneurship, Evans did what many 26-year-olds aren’t willing to do: risk everything and start a company.

How did get started?

How did you find a reliable IT person to build your site?

How did you have enough money saved up at age 26 to quit your job and fund your company?

How did you start promoting GoTryItOn?

How have you been getting media coverage?

How do you handle the ups and downs?

What are your future plans?

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