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In Australia and New Zealand, a venture downturn isn’t the end. It’s time to shine.

The geographic isolation of Australia and New Zealand creates a sense of hustle, if not urgency, around raising funds and building a global product.

TC+ Roundup: Did Atlassian pay a fair price for Loom?

Good morning, and welcome to Friday! Atlassian’s purchase of Loom last week raised eyebrows, and not just because it missed unicorn status by a hair. But overall, it makes sense that Atlassian bough

TC+ Roundup: How to capture market share in the era of AI

Good morning! We have lots of good stuff for you this Tuesday, so let’s dig right in. Up first, we surveyed six investors who are placing bets on AI. We wanted to know how startups should begin buil

Week 2 of the Sam Bankman-Fried trial wraps up

Caroline Ellison explained how she cooked the books to make Alameda’s finances look a lot cleaner than they actually were.

TechCrunch+ Roundup: AI investor survey, calculating TAM, inside the FTX trial

If you haven’t found traction with customers and aren’t generating revenue, you should be in fundraising mode already.

TechCrunch+ Roundup: New life for old B2B leads, LatAm VC survey, treasury management basics

It’s shaping up to be a very busy week, so we’ll be back on Friday, September 22 with a new TC+ Roundup.

TechCrunch+ Roundup: FinOps for all, 15 investors who are taking pitches, Steve Blank on AI

August is one of the slowest months in venture capital, which is why now is such a good time for fundraising founders to ramp up their outreach.

TechCrunch+ Roundup: Reaching $1M ARR, tech job market rundown, women-led VC firms

Two years ago, unicorns roamed the earth in herds so large, they shook the earth from Palo Alto to San Francisco.

TechCrunch+ Roundup: Creator economy VC survey, B2C fintech growth strategy, web3 demo day

There are a million reasons why startups fail, and there are only a few reasons why they succeed.

TechCrunch+ roundup: Vertical AI, crypto losses decline, machine learning investor survey

We’re publishing on a lighter schedule to commemorate Independence Day, so I’ll return on Friday, July 7 with a new TC+ roundup.

With $10T on the line, 6 fusion investors explain why they’re all in

Fusion power is expensive and risky, but the potential rewards are enormous. Here's why 6 investors believe it could be the future of energy.

TechCrunch+ roundup: 10 questions to ask a VC, AI and antitrust, Japan investor survey

Founders need to know whether the people they're getting into business with understand how to operate during a downturn.

For startups, growth still trumps cloud cost control

A recent survey of founders indicates that even as startups take a closer look at their cloud spending, growth is still a priority.

TechCrunch+ roundup: South Korea investor survey, 1-hour board meetings, venture leasing basics

To run 60-minute startup board meetings that create value, replace your 80-slide deck with a simple three-page memo.

TechCrunch+ roundup: Venture debt VC survey, PLG boosting tactics, bootstrapping to $40M ARR

ARR has always been a key metric, but with valuations down across the board and new money too tight to mention, it’s now a lodestar.

TechCrunch+ roundup: Psychedelics VC survey, how to run an AI pilot, Europe’s robotics renaissance

Psychedelic startups want to make psilocybin, ketamine and other substances more mainstream, but how are investors approaching this space?

TechCrunch+ roundup: VC robotics survey, Visa Bulletin update, SaaS engagement metrics

Autonomous tractors, semi trucks and warehouse restocking bots have gone from concept to reality. Is robotics mainstream now?

13 VCs talk about the state of robotics investing in 2023

We spoke to 13 of the top robotics VCs to discuss where the category is and what the future looks like.

TechCrunch+ roundup: Ocean tech investor survey, AI and PR, L-1 visa options

You don’t need to hire a mega-influencer like Serena Williams or a Kardashian to build buzz for your startup.

TechCrunch+ roundup: Finding the right LPs, ocean conservation, inside Uber’s pre-seed deck

Startups often lack a deep bench of managerial talent, which means layoffs are usually handled with little empathy and poor communication.
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