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Yummy plans to have 50 active dark stores in both Peru and Chile by the end of 2022, touting that it will be able to deliver over 2,000 products in less than 15 minutes.
The Fund XX is focused on building a community that will remove these hurdles for both women investors and women-led startups while attracting new women to the ecosystem.
OpenSponsorship is disrupting the $60 billion sponsorship industry by providing flexibility on the kinds of deals brands can make with athletes.
Just as the supply chain side was getting more analytical and sophisticated, the global pandemic disrupted it and gave retailers an insight into just how connected to China they really were.
Countable is taking a cue from the positives of social media to build technology that nurtures more authentic communication and facilitates business and social outcomes.
Modern Age provides digital tools to help users demystify and understand their aging options, including telemedicine and in-person treatments.
Digital traffic worldwide is increasingly done through mobile devices, and Embrace is bringing visibility to that data to companies.
Product developers want to use AI, but don't always have the right tools to do it without relying on data scientists.
RevOps developed a software stack that enables users to build “the knobs and switches” that make automated quote-to-cash approvals.
Locale bundles orders together and operates on a weekly model, so all of the bakeries and restaurants have one big order rather than a bunch of separate orders that eat up time and labor.
Builder.io provides a drag-and-drop visual editor and headless content management system so that marketers can update websites without developer support.
It's software records a process with movement and clicks, then converts all of that into a step-by-step guide with screenshots and text that is editable and shareable.
Up to 60% of consumers are often new users of a shopping or media site, so that “cold start” can be a problem in terms of recommendations.
Clarifai enables customers to make sense of the 90% of unstructured data they have using artificial intelligence.
Continuum’s model does the outbound work for companies and presents a list of executives, within 48 hours, who are available to start that day, working 15 or 20 hours per week.
Ultimately, the firm plans to invest in 100 companies over the next decade.
Copy.ai’s software can, for example, write a blog post outline based on a few sentences and create link descriptions for Facebook ads and even generate a company motto.
The company has been busy strengthening its supply chain to gear up for scaling its product. Additionally, it hired a head of growth and a community engagement and success manager.
The current environment of accelerated digitalization and remote work “has created an unprecedented attack surface,” according to co-founder Richard Seewald.
The company now operates 14 locations in a mix of 700-square-foot brick-and-mortar spaces and mobile street carts. Each location hit profitability within two months after opening.