More companies are adopting product-led growth (PLG) and usage-based pricing (UBP) than ever before. And a new wave of startups is helping them succeed at it.
Join us for a jolly jaunt through our list of events that we failed to predict in Q3, and what we expect to happen in Q4 2022.
The IPO market is still frozen like a Nordic lake dotted with fishing huts, but Instacart and TripActions offer signs that a thaw is now in sight.
This year, we're told, profit is in and growth is out. And yet there's some indication that growth expectations may be higher than ever. Let's attempt to square the circle.
You can argue the point of Silicon Valley's purported centrality to the globally dominant United States startup market either way.
The pandemic boost to productivity-themed startups is at least partially over. Venture investors may be hunting up something new.
Nubank's decision is now another data point that leaves us wondering how long it will be before another Latin American fintech dares to IPO.
The decline in venture capital into Latin American startups may not prove lethal. However, it may slow the pace at which LatAm economies digitize.
How healthy does the consumer fintech market look from a trading and investing perspective following the summer lull?
This deep into 2022, you might think that SPAC deals were over, done, dusted, forgotten. And yet, Intuitive Machines is pursuing a SPAC-led debut to the public markets as we speak.
We’re gearing up for a wave of venture capital data that will start to drop in less than two weeks' time. Here’s what we want to determine when we get the final figures in.
Instacart's willingness to go public this year is now slightly better understood after The Wall Street Journal reported that it isn't planning on a mega-fundraise when it does list.
SaaS management companies are an opportunity within an otherwise crowded market.
News that Adobe will buy upstart design software unicorn Figma for $20 billion was the single largest event in startup land this week, a surprise upset over the Ethereum Merge coming to fruition.
A doubling of a 2021-era valuation in 2022 is a massive win, given how far the valuation bands for technology companies have shifted in the last year.
Taking another look at the recent cohort of startups that went through the American accelerator Y Combinator, you wouldn’t really be able to tell that fintech had lost much of its founder favor.
Given how long the Merge has been in the offing, you might expect that it will swoop in and de-kink every part of the Ethereum blockchain. It will not.
Three of the eight French startups selected for Y Combinator's Summer 22 batch are also former residents of the Station F campus in Paris, so we chatted with its director, Roxanne Varza.
Does open source software (OSS) lead to businesses that by nature pursue a product-led growth (PLG) model?