If secondary buyers aren't buying shares at more than a $5 billion valuation, it wouldn't be wise for Reddit to price its IPO above that.
Black Tech Nation Ventures launched in 2021 to address the funding gap for Black founders amid a wave of venture diversity initiatives after the murder of George Floyd in 2020. Three years later, amon
While North American VCs can see the potential value in backing European startups, it hasn't been easy for firms to launch strategies.
Welcome back to Found, where we get the stories behind the startups. This week Becca and Dom are joined by Shan-Lyn Ma, the co-founder and CEO of Zola, an online platform for wedding planning and gift
Groover offers a platform for independent musicians to connect with music curators and be able to better promote themselves.
Video game startups weren't immune to recent market pressures, but the industry heads into 2024 on better footing than some sectors.
This week Becca and Dom are joined by Tigran Sloyan, the co-founder and CEO of skills assessment platform CodeSignal.
Kai Kloepfer started biometric “smart” gun startup Biofire as a science fair project after the Aurora, Colorado, mass shooting in 2012 brought the U.S.’s gun violence problem close to ho
Papaya Global bought a Super Bowl ad slot with the hope of the commercial driving brand recognition for the software company.
This week Becca and Dom are joined by Beatrice Dixon, the CEO and co-founder of The Honey Pot.
VCs have long supported fast-fashion companies but the controversies and lawsuits they draw makes them riskier investments.
Pitch competitions are a bright spot for underrepresented founders but not without burdens that regular funding doesn't have.
Welcome back to Found, where we get the stories behind the startups.
Boomerang thinks so. It uses machine learning to match photos and descriptions of lost items to streamline the lost and found process.
Welcome back to Found, where we get the stories behind the startups. This week Becca and Dom are joined by Ben Goodwin, the co-founder and CEO of Olipop, a soda startup making low-sugar pop with probi
This week Becca and Dom are joined by Gabi Lewis, the co-founder and CEO of the cereal company Magic Spoon.
Most VCs think valuations are close to the bottom, if not already there, but few think there will be any relief in 2024.
As long as micro funds can be nimble enough to gain meaningful ownership, they shouldn't be too concerned about Countdown's fate.
M&A is expected to rise in 2024, but we won't likely see a lot of consolidation among startups that wouldn't make it on their own.
If a noticeable chunk of Carta startup and venture customers do leave, it would hurt the company's otherwise impressive revenue figures, but that seems unlikely to happen.