Everything you need to need to know about the largest US startup funding rounds of June 2020; broken down by industry, stage, investors, and more…
The notable startup fundings for the week ending 6/27/20 featuring funding details for Nylas, Immuta, Oscar, and much much more.
Loneliness and isolation are heightened in the midst of the pandemic. Can robots fill a void? Expper’s founder Karén Khachikyan says the company’s robot Robin changes a kid’s perception of medical treatments, where they will no longer feel isolated, lonely, and scared. The innovator explains how his whimsical four-foot robot employs digital facial expressions to form lasting bonds with its young users.
Whether you’re a tech investor, a tech operator, or just a user of tech, the single most important thing in tech is FAMGA, and the profound implications of their domination of tech value creation.
Checklist for developing team connections and building engaged team members as a key step in becoming an effective team leader, even if your team is spread all over the country.
In the last decade or two, companies have achieved market valuations in billions of dollars, while clearly sacrificing revenue to gain users. The pendulum is swinging back, with investors looking more for the traditional indications of business integrity, stability, and growth.
The notable startup fundings for the week ending 6/20/20 featuring funding details for DoorDash, Clockwise, Starburst, and much much more.
As Founders, we spend an inordinate amount of time setting and pursuing goals, yet the ones that truly matter — the ones that affect us personally — are often amorphous. If we’re spending every waking moment working toward a goal, it stands to reason that our goals should have an insane amount of fidelity.
Thomas Falk, serial entrepreneur and investor at Revel Partners, shares some insight on how private market investors (both PE and VC) can weather a potential downturn with advice on investment opportunities, strategies, and lessons from previous recessions.
Tons of people say that having a cofounder is a huge advantage in a startup. I’m going through the process right now and I want to make sure I’m asking the right questions about whether a cofounder works for me. I understand the upsides, but really what keeps me up at night are the downsides. What should I be asking myself?