Are you looking to get in touch with me or “pick my brain”? I get contacted by a LOT of different people for a LOT of different things. And I really want to help, I swear. But unfortunately I don’t have time to meet every single person who sends me an email for coffee, lunch or whatever.

So forgive me if I send this to you but if you contact me using the tips below I’ll be able to follow-up with you faster 🙂

Do you need to get in touch with me ?

1) Consider asking me your question on Twitter (@roxannevarza) or Quora.

2) If you have a more personal request, you may send me an email. Please send me no more than 3 sentences on what you need (if you send me a longer email, I may take longer to reply or ask you to scale it down). I do this to save time and also to better understand your question.

Please note that as of the beginning of October 2015 I no longer work at Microsoft and therefore do not receive emails you send to that address.

You can email roxanne (at) stationf (dot) co (NOT com) / rvarza (at) gmail (dot) com.

Please contact me using email, NOT Facebook, for professional requests – it helps me stay organized, I can forward to people if I need to and I will respond to you faster. DO NOT RANDOMLY CALL ME. I do not answer unscheduled phone calls or calls from numbers I do not recognize.

3) Meetings. I try not to do too many meetings. So if you just have a short question to ask and you prefer not to do it by email, try to meet up with me at an event instead of asking for a meeting. *This includes people who are seeking job advice* You can see all the events I plan to attend here.

10 thoughts on “Contact

  1. Roxanne,

    La société que j’ai fondée, Kadeal, organise une table ronde le 7 octobre prochain à la Maison des Centraliens (8e) autour du thème:

    Médias 2.0 et Réseaux Sociaux: évolution des techniques de prospection B2B et impact pour les commerciaux

    Toute mon équipe serait ravie de vous compter parmi nos invités.

    Je vous envoie l’invitation par email.

    Philippe Duhamel

  2. Bonjour Roxanne,

    Je m’appelle Rémi Gambier et je suis community manager pour la société Atchik Services. Je souhaite solliciter votre avis quant à une nouvelle alternative innovante que nous proposons afin de sécuriser et modérer les pages fan Facebook.
    Votre avis et vos remarques d’expert quant à cette offre seront très précieux.
    Le lien vers notre blog et l’article correspondant :

    Merci beaucoup 😉

  3. Roxanne,
    I do not speak French, although Guy de Maupassant is my all-time favorite writer (I’m sure you’re all over him, but Le Horla is amazing if you’ve never partaken). I am a PR flak for MobilePayUSA, an NFC-alternative mobile payment company. Just wanted to tell you that your site is swank and keep up the great work!

    Chris Woolsey
    Director of Public Relations

  4. Roxanne
    Cass Phillips referred me to you as I am interested in doing a Failcon event in Wisconsin (difficult proposition but I plan to push idea). I looked at the agenda in Paris (BTW, I am a US Delegate to the OECD Sustainable Manufacturing and Eco-Innovation Committee so I get to Paris occasionally and love it). I was wondering if you would be available to discuss challenges and opportunities of putting this conference together and if turnout met your expectations.
    Paul A. Linzmeyer

  5. Bonjour Roxanne,
    Félicitations pour ton blog ! Je suis encore un rookie dans l’éco système des startups et je viens seulement de découvrir ton blog depuis le site BusinessAngelFr.
    J’ai décidé il y a un mois de lancer le mien et je serais ravi d’avoir ton retour si tu as le temps d’y jeter un oeil :
    Merci beaucoup et tous mes voeux de réussite pour tes nouveaux projets !

  6. Hi roxanne,

    En tant que porteur de projet, je ne résiste pas à l’envie de saisir la perche que tu tends à la fin de ton interview avec businessangelfrance.
    Bref, je serais ravis de t’en dire plus, s’il y a une once de chance que je puisse susciter ton intérêt pour mon idée géniale ! (comme toutes)

  7. Hello Roxanne,

    My name is Mark Morrow. I am extremely interested in both France, (I lived there for a bit) and tech (especially all of the cool and interesting new services and wacky start-up ideas that somehow seem to fill a deep void in my life that I never knew was missing.) I am very keen to find a job which incorporates both my love of new, interesting tech ideas and living pretty much anywhere in metropolitan France. I took a look at the “jobs” tab which you have above, however these positions seems to be mostly geared toward programmers/developers, a group to which I sadly do not belong. I was wondering if you happened to know or heard of any positions in France for someone like myself, who finds all of these new ideas and device absolutely enchanting, but is painfully aware he does not possess the technical skill required to create any. I appreciate any advice/reply you may be able to give, and beg you to forgive me if I am being to forward.



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