E3’s decades-long history has been peppered with ups and downs. The annual Los Angeles-based gaming expo saw a decade of steady growth after it was founded in the mid-90s. The mid-00s, on the other
Founders get bombarded with invitations to events, and not all of them are worth it, but there are ways to figure out which will provide value.
There are many founder-focused events but are they actually helpful or just a distraction? Founders need to strike a balance.
Live, in-person activity has come back in force in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, and a London startup that built an events tech business is today announcing funding to capitalize on that. Dice, a
EventMobi, an event management software provider based in Toronto, Canada, today announced that it’s agreed to acquire Run The World, an Andreessen Horowitz (a16z)-backed platform for online eve
If blockchain, cryptocurrency, decentralized finance (DeFi) and web3 get your entrepreneurial motor running, do not miss our TC Sessions: Crypto daylong deep dive on November 17 in Miami. We have spec
Swathy Prithivi started Found with the goal of improving the journey of weight loss. The company quickly discovered a huge demand and rapidly scaled its operations and expanded throughout the United S
Dan Lewis launched Convoy in 2015 into an established industry dominated by several legacy businesses. Now worth $3.8 billion, the company is a leader in bringing digital services to trucking and frei
Right now, it will take longer to raise less money that will value your company lower than you hoped. But if you’re launching a startup aiming to get rich, you’re already on the wrong track.
TechCrunch is thrilled to announce the four companies pitching at TC Sessions: Robotics 2022. These four startups stood out from the crowd with innovative hardware or software robotics solutions. You
Mike Greene founded Hi Marley in 2017 and has since raised $41.75 million to fund the AI-powered insurance chat platform. Hear how the company — which was designed as an SMS texting platform — is
Whether you love it, hate it or barely understand it, you can’t escape the wild world of blockchain. It’s one of the buzziest technologies going due to both its potential and its volatility. Will
Two weeks ago, we announced Audience Choice and asked you to cast your votes for the roundtable topics you most want to see this year at TechCrunch Disrupt on October 18-20 in San Francisco. And holy
Attabotics provides warehouses with a novel robotic solution that is reinventing supply chain management. The company has attracted investment from a wide range of investors, including Gordon Food Ser
"It's actually significantly more difficult to produce the right type of company that's going to get an active round of investment right now."
If you thought turning academic research into robots is challenging, you’d be right. Turning academic AI research into products is brutal. If you want to 10x the challenge, though, it would be to ta
What does the future of work look like in a (quasi) post-pandemic world? That’s a question all companies — from startups to major corporations — are asking as they consider how to distribute and
In less than two weeks, on July 21 to be precise, the global robotics and AI community will converge online for TC Sessions: Robotics. Engage with the leading visionaries, scientists, founders, makers
If you haven’t heard yet, there’s a new and awesome opportunity available for early-stage startup founders at TechCrunch Disrupt in San Francisco on October 18-20. It’s called the Startup Battle
Traba, a jobs board designed to help entry-level workers find available shifts at fulfillment centers and event venues, today announced that it raised $20 million in a Series A round. Khosla led the f