If you love voice messaging, you’ll love Squad
Squad used to be an app that connected people with similar interests for in-person meetups. Then the coronavirus pandemic hit. While most social apps thrived under these conditions — people crav
A new video platform offering classes about skilled trades begins to build momentum
Trade schools are nothing new, but a new startup called Copeland thinks it can build a big business by bringing education about plumbing, drywall, cabinetry and more to the masses through high-quality
Fundraising lessons from David Rogier of MasterClass
Conventional wisdom says your company should be up and running and have some traction before you raise, but MasterClass co-founder David Rogier says entrepreneurs should try to raise funds before laun
Raising VC in Silicon Valley as a female POC
“Despite the fact that I went to MIT, despite the fact that I managed a billion-dollar product at JPMorgan Chase and even built a huge digital product, I was still a Silicon Valley outsider."
“Time to keep going” says Harrison Metal, closing on a new, $68 million fund
Harrison Metal, a 10-year-old, San Francisco-based seed-stage venture fund, has closed its fifth vehicle with $68 million, founder Michael Dearing tweeted out a bit ago. “Ten years ago this mon
Accel Invests $35M. in 99designs…After Years of Trying
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Yardsellr Scores $5 Million Series A From Accel To Become The eBay Of Facebook
<img src="http://tctechcrunch.files.wordpress.com/2010/11/yardsellr.png" class="snap_nopreview shot2" alt="" /> Bringing social commerce to Facebook is a big opportunity attracting a lot of capital t