Cannabis, sextech and psychedelics are often lumped together under the "vice" category — a characterization that prevents many VCs from investing in these spaces. But does that make sense?
How should early-stage sex tech founders approach challenges in fundraising and customer acquisition? We found some answers.
As part of Disrupt 2020 we wanted to look at the contrasting positions of both early and later-stage investing in Europe. Who better to unpack this subject than two highly experienced operators in the
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Tech startups want to destigmatize sex Sex, despite being one of the most fundamental human experiences, is still one of those businesses that some advertisers reject, banks are hesitant to financiall
Sex, despite being one of the most fundamental human experiences, is still one of those businesses that some advertisers reject, banks are hesitant to financially support and some investors don’t wa
Sex education startup O.school recently raised $800,000 to help achieve its goal of offering easy access to sex-positive, inclusive and comprehensive education around sex and sexuality. Sex is one of