EquityZen shared insights on secondary stock sales and a few IPO predictions that gave us food for thought.
I had to see if I was in near-term employment trouble, so I ran a little test with the ChatGPT model. Here are the results.
Up.Labs thinks its pitch to founding teams is attractive: It has a known problem, a customer waiting and capital to help get things going.
For seed-stage founders, the steep fundraising road now has two guard towers placed at the A and C stages.
If Bilibili and Twilio are enduring headaches as investors molt from growth-oriented to more profit-focused beasts, how much harder will it be for startups?
Taboola expects to get bigger, more profitable and more self-sustaining than before thanks to Yahoo.
When it comes to efficient growth, bootstrapped startups have a leg up, Capchase's recent Pulse of SaaS report shows.
Many folks building or investing in blockchain-based assets and protocols have kept their chins up amid a series of crises. But what do the numbers tell us?
Forge data provides a fascinating lens into how fast things changed and offers advice to startups when it comes to taking lumps in the fundraising market.
How conservative are today's valuations when compared to the norms of recent years?
New data from Carta indicates that Series C is the current, and real, bottleneck in Venture Land, which means that this is the new crunch point for startups looking to raise their next tranche of cash
For SaaS companies, net dollar retention is on investor radar more than ever. But it shouldn't eclipse gross dollar retention.
What do recent e-commerce earnings results tell us about the post-pandemic e-commerce reality?
FTX's bankruptcy filing speaks volumes about how quickly venture capitalists dropped their own advice to secure a seat on a rocket they were hoping would only go up. It did not.
It recently came to light that Bird, a former unicorn in the once-hot scooter rental market, overstated its revenue for years. The accounting mess is consequential.
What does OpenSea's trading volume look like these days? Are other data points trending differently?
It's becoming clearer that whatever the hell happened in the past couple of years no new-normal. It was just a party that has since wound down.
As more SaaS companies adopt product-led growth, startup founders are often faced with a pricing model dilemma.
We wonder if SMB-facing companies might have more ability to surprise the market than their enterprise-leaning siblings.
Slower rate increases would shift the calculus for investors, making assets like stocks — and tech stocks in particular — more attractive.