Bold creates personalized exercise programs for seniors to reduce injury. It's one of the latest companies expanding the eldertech sector.
It's not surprising Victory Park Capital can't find a buyer for its stake in Perch; this market is tough for Amazon aggregator startups.
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While we don't have the numbers, it seems safe to assume Parade won't be the only DTC startup to see a similar exit.
For most startups it is hard to land a government contract but IVIX has landed multiple inside the U.S. and beyond.
Tiger Global sold its Flipkart stake at a valuation 7% below the startup's last primary round. This outcome isn't likely to happen again.
The startup is building a machine, VitalOne, that can perform more than 50 blood tests and get patient results back in 20 minutes.
Futureverse is making tools that brands can use to build content for the metaverse, but not the one that Meta is envisioning.
Performance Livestock Analytics spun out from Zoetis because the startup thought it could achieve better scale on its own.
Everytable just raised $25 million for its for-profit startup that looks to make healthy food as accessible as fast food.
While legacy sports betting companies dominate the online market, Miami-based Betr thinks there is room for more players.
Caraway, which looks to provide supplemental telehealth services to Gen Z, has raised a $16.75 million Series A round.
While many venture debt lenders were skeptical the strategy would work for asset managers, BlackRock decided to take the plunge.
Network-focused startups have started getting a bad rep in startup land, but 2045 is actually bringing something new to the table.
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Heroes Jobs realized that its user acquisition costs were too high to be successful as a solo company and decided to partner.
The 10-year-old company that's been grinding away in a tough industry offers a lot of hints of what the unicorns of 2023 will look like.
Amorai is creating an AI relationship coach but the startup isn't sharing what it could look like, and an AI expert isn't sure it would work.