For founders and investors alike, hard tech problems present a challenge — how to build a successful company over a long time horizon.
"If the founder has that deep personal connection and is willing to put what it takes to take it to those next few levels, that's where the TAM starts to look exciting.”
In over a decade of investing in startups, Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian has only once offered to fund a founder on the spot.
At TechCrunch Disrupt, three founders credited their early success in raising venture capital to their use of social media platforms.
At this year's TechCrunch Disrupt, three panelists talked about the challenges and opportunities of managing staff in a remote work world.
The founders of Fiveable, Alloy Automation, and Parthean detailed their first fundraises at TechCrunch Disrupt.
Uniswap's Mary-Catherine Lader, Visa's Cuy Sheffield, and Brett Harrison, former president of FTX, said at TechCrunch Disrupt that it's still a great time to build a crypto startup.
At this year's TechCrunch Disrupt, three investors shared tips on how startup founders can fundraise outside of major tech hubs.
Clubhouse CEO and co-founder Paul Davison came to TechCrunch Disrupt to talk about life after the hype and its most formidable competitor, Twitter.
For investors Annie Case, Sheel Mohnot and Jomayra Herrera, the founders who manage to capture their attention are the ones who come to the pitch process prepared.
Brett Callow and Katie Moussouris say early-stage startups should focus on cybersecurity basics in order to ward off ransomware actors.