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Some startups saw their valuations decline in 2021's bull market, some were in line with the public market, and some haven't declined at all.
A growing number of startup consultants are raising funds to back their clients because their clients want them on the cap table.
When Female Invest launched in 2019, it did so with the goal of creating a community where women who wanted to invest in the stock market, but weren’t sure where to start, could gain the knowled
More than 150 startups received a lower 409A valuation in Q3, which prompted them to re-price their employee stock grants.
Micro funds offer an opportunity for LPs and startups in niche categories, small markets or emerging geographies.
Despite legacy venture capital firms continuing to raise bigger and bigger funds, LPs may have more luck focusing on the small stuff. Amit Kurz, a general partner at Israel-based fund of funds Sweetwo
New data from Capchase found that startups that cut sales and marketing were in worse financial shape in 2022 than those that didn't.
September made it seem like venture capital deal activity was starting to ramp up again, but October's numbers showed there is still a long way to go.
Most U.S. venture funds outside of the two largest startup hubs — San Francisco and New York — are feeling the frost from potential LPs.
Many VCs have said they are sitting out this year. They aren't -- they're funding their friends and committing funds to companies that don't exist.
Hello and welcome back to Equity, a podcast about the business of startups, where we unpack the numbers and nuance behind the headlines. We thought that last week was a lot. It was, but this week was
Denver-based SpringTime announced a $25 million second fund to cut checks ranging from $400,000 to $600,000 into U.S.-based seed-stage software companies.
Peloton co-founder John Foley's newest startup secured $25 million on the claim that the rug market requires innovation. Good luck with that.
The founders of Fiveable, Alloy Automation, and Parthean detailed their first fundraises at TechCrunch Disrupt.
For investors Annie Case, Sheel Mohnot and Jomayra Herrera, the founders who manage to capture their attention are the ones who come to the pitch process prepared.
Valuations have been top of mind this year as VCs navigate their overvalued portfolios and founders scramble to conserve cash and grow into lofty valuations.
When Operator Collective started in 2018, its idea of cultivating a community of operators as LPs to serve as a resource to its portfolio companies was unique. Now, it’s de rigueur as many firms
While other nontraditional investors have slowed their pace in 2022, CVCs have been in the largest percentage of deals yet.
Despite many thinking that venture debt would grow amid this year's equity pullback, that has not been the case.
Investors are paying more attention to founder and startup behavior and many won't invest in startups that could compromise their ethics.