Insurtech companies can leverage data in this way to make the process more efficient for both the insurer and the insured.
Here are the venture rounds and other startup-related financial news from the past week that you need to know about.
A lot has happened with SVB, and unless it’s your job to edit the news, it’s possible you missed a slice of the saga, if not the entire story. Here’s what went down.
"There's going to be an extreme shift in general in the financial industry when it comes to financing startups."
With the end of 2022 right around the corner, here's a look at some of the more interesting answers some of our surveys unearthed this year.
For now, it seems as though designers will stick with Figma for lack of a reasonable alternative, which is something that Adobe and Figma can build on.
Hear us out. It’s conventional wisdom that meetings are killers of productivity and morale and happy work environments. So why not write an email?
Coinbase is having to defend its model to investors who may have bought into its stock when it was trading much higher. And per its own notes, the bad times are not about to end any time soon.
Marketing can’t cure everything that ails a company, but it is the easiest channel to make iterative changes that produce immediate results.
There's one bright light amidst the gloom: Startups that generate enough revenue to drive steady growth will find many investors willing to take their calls.
Unlike soft drinks, startups are not a volume business, which means they must revisit their pricing models regularly.
I remember the dread I felt as a startup worker during downturns when I read about mass layoffs at tech firms that had previously been considered ascendant.
It sounds counterintuitive, but in this environment, a lower valuation might help you retain and hire talented employees.
As a veteran startup worker who has been laid off during economic downturns, it's dissonant to hear investors say this is a good time to launch a software startup. They're not wrong, however.
According to The Good Food Institute, fermentation startups received $290 million of the $911 million investors dropped on alternative protein companies in Q1 2022.
It's difficult to build high-growth clean tech companies using venture capital. Despoiling the planet has a much higher return on investment than saving it.
Tech's rolling green meadows are seeing fewer new unicorns, but the slowing venture market suggests that past mega-deals are making it harder for early-stage startups to fundraise.
If you've ghosted someone after extending a verbal offer of employment, that's going to be a consideration for future candidates. People talk!
If you work in a startup, here's some real talk: Your managers are not giving you the full picture of your company's financial situation.
As you may have heard, tech companies are having a bit of a whoopsie.