Didi filed to go public in the United States last night, providing a look into how the Chinese ride-hailing company's business weathered the pandemic.
We spoke with a number of VCs from Europe to hear their perspectives on what’s happening on the ground, including folks from Accel, Astorya.vc and Insurtech Gateway.
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Let's take a closer look at the S-1 filed by Xometry, a Maryland-based service that connects companies with manufacturers with excess production capacity around the world.
There isn’t one right way to raise capital, and authenticity above all is what will make your round a successful one.
Confluent became the latest company to announce its intent to take the IPO route, officially filing its S-1 paperwork with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission this week. The company, which has
For many early startups, debt financing is not an option. If companies want to preserve equity, however, debt can be an advantageous choice.
By generating lots of cash and profit, Doximity hasn't raised a round since 2014.
While VC is the flashy gold medal sometimes, the rapid growth of emerging fund managers means that your first check can be piecemealed together from a variety of different sources.
Acorns feels like a company going public a year or two early, which is a bit of the point of SPACs, frankly.
The Flywire IPO is neat from a financial perspective and notable in that it's a Boston exit as opposed to yet another New York or San Francisco-based flotation.
Lordstown is not the only SPAC that is going to see some daylight between its pitch and its performance. But it's a pretty stark reminder that SPAC decks are sales pitches, not promises.
I’ve experienced enough of the funding game to know that if you fail to spot the warning signs, you’ll live to regret it.
With a rising adjusted EBITDA result and improving adjusted EBITDA margins, Zeta has a profit story to tell investors along with possibly accelerating revenue growth.
This morning, we're looking at the Jam City deal to merge with DPCM Capital. Jam City is a bit like Zynga, but unless you are a mobile-gaming aficionado, you might not have heard of it.
Procore is thus being valued like a high-growth, high-margin software company, but it is not one that anticipates a rapid ramp to profitability.
Each month in Robinhood's Q1 2021 produced more PFOF revenues than its entire year-ago quarter in aggregate.
Approaching institutions to raise capital for your venture capital or private equity fund is relatively transparent, but what if you’re targeting family offices and high-net-worth individuals?
Marqeta has long been a fintech darling, but it's less well-known than other companies in its sector due to its infrastructure nature.
The countdown to this IPO filing has been ticking for several quarters, so seeing the document drop on a Monday morning was just good fun.