Keychain seeks to use artificial intelligence to help brands find their perfect manufacturing partners.
The funding enables SkinnyDipped to work on its retail expansion plans into new retailers like Costco and Publix and continue innovating into new spaces over the coming months.
The company uses AI and large language models to generate product attributes from things like titles, descriptions, ingredients and consumer reviews.
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Bradley Tusk — who spent his early career in Democratic politics and later became a consultant and lobbyist for private companies battling regulators — spends much of his time these days a
Supliful's 22-slide deck ain't perfect, but it's a great example of how a company can use storytelling to make a point.
Consumer packaged goods companies — think PepsiCo or Nabisco — face steep challenges from the rising cost of living and distribution. As inflation continues unabated, consumers’ disp
Co-founded by brothers Ani and Ayan Sanyal, Kolkata Chai wants to be “the place to get good chai” in the United States. It’s a big market. The Sanyal brothers estimate the national tea market re
The sign of a true entrepreneur is someone who can look around and go “wait a minute, there must be a better way.” That approach worked well for Outlines‘ founders, who are tackling
Subscriptions have become a popular way to pay for digital services, like Netflix or Spotify, but they haven’t yet taken off as a means of reordering your everyday items or other household essen
One of the more interesting and useful applications of artificial intelligence technology has been in the world of biotechnology and medicine, where now more than 220 startups (not to mention universi
When I began fundraising for CircleUp six years ago, I encountered many investors whose eyes would glaze over when I mentioned “consumer.” These investors would fidget uncomfortably or drop their
The LA Dodgers are tired of living in filth and are investing in a company called Renegade Brands USA to help clean up their gear.
Call it a sign of the times, if you will, but a new mobile savings app called <a target="_blank" href="https://ibotta.com">Ibotta</a> has climbed to 100,000 registered users in the first 75 days follo