Today we're unpacking OpenView's second State of Usage-Based Pricing report.
The adoption of product-led growth is changing how B2B companies conduct their business and leading some of them to reorganize their teams.
How should dev-centric startups sell their product to platform engineering teams?
When the customer relationship starts with the product rather than ending with it, what does it mean for sales teams?
Buy now, pay later is an alluring option for consumers. But with rising debt and inflation, perhaps the focus should be on companies that help protect borrowers from digging themselves into a hole.
Total venture funding in 2022 amounted to $415.1 billion, 35% less than in 2021.
Are VCs really sitting on record amounts of cash waiting to be deployed into new startups? If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.
Once an exit gets off the rails, and under current market conditions, it is just not easy to get back on track.
A new PitchBook report warns of an ongoing economic downturn. If you don't want to be disappointed, you may not want to put high hopes on seed activity.
Are markets warming up to the perspective of a more compliant Coinbase?
Instacart's first major valuation haircut was a sign of bad things to come for other tech companies on the delivery, IPO or valuation fronts. It now seems that we might not have hit rock bottom yet.
Increased developer efficiency requires two key components: better team organization and better tools.
The fact that laypeople are discussing bonds is a noteworthy development for an asset class that didn't use to raise much enthusiasm from retail investors – or from anyone, to be honest.
Startups are facilitating alternative investments in passion assets, such as fine wine and spirits.
As we near the end of the year, let's catch up with a few people who kept a close eye on deal flow in 2022 and look at indicators of what might be coming in 2023.
The stories behind Dropbox, Slack and now Twitter moderation showcase the massive complexity of building and running digital services.
As China looks to reignite growth, what role will its tech industry play? Is enough capital flowing to support new tech startups that could keep China competitive?
Despite the falling value and generally poor performance of SPAC listings, there's a simple argument for Getaround's SPAC deal.
When it turns out a screaming success was no more than smoke and mirrors, it means that a key signal in the tech startup market was actually quite specious.
Given that private equity has been rich for some time, and tech valuations didn't collapse overnight, why haven't we seen more Coupa-esque deals in recent quarters? Because capitulation takes time.