Tech companies are getting the hang of making money, or at least they're losing far less than they used to when money was cheap and "growth" was sexy.
'There would be all this pressure to go public, but then there wouldn't be an appetite for it. And so [it would] be harder to get out.'
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Airbnb, Twilio and Amplitude's earnings together indicate that tech growth is slowing not just for Big Tech, it's across the board.
The adoption of product-led growth is changing how B2B companies conduct their business and leading some of them to reorganize their teams.
When the customer relationship starts with the product rather than ending with it, what does it mean for sales teams?
When we see public market investors react warmly to smaller-cap tech companies' results, we get a vibe for how unicorns might be valued if they go public.
We talked to the CEOs of Appian, Amplitude and BigCommerce about how to best navigate the present market conditions in terms of investment and caution.
We took a look at earnings results from Cloudflare, Confluent, Amplitude and Appian to gauge how the market is treating even results that seem pretty darn solid.
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Product-led growth is a big deal these days as startups are trying to find ways to grow without spending all their capital on advertising and sales staffing. But it's no panacea.
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For startups, the lesson here is that no matter how well you did in 2021, investor sentiment appears more tied to what you are projecting for this year than anything.
Warby Parker not only listed, but did so at a price point that was above its final private-market valuation, and its shares appreciated rapidly during its first day of trading.
If you care about the value of private companies and how they are priced, this is for you. If you do not, please read anything else; you are going to be bored out of your socks.
Even if you are tired of IPOs, the direct listings from Amplitude and Warby Parker warrant your attention.
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The recent round followed by a quick direct listing means that we'll be able to mock Sequoia if Amplitude winds up worth more than $4.15 billion when it floats.
Amplitude, the well-funded product intelligence startup that helps businesses use their data to predict which features will drive the best business outcomes for them, today announced that it has acqui
Amplitude has raised $30 million to fund what CEO Spenser Skates said is a mission of “helping product people build better products.” That’s not quite how Amplitude pitched itself in