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Braze priced above its IPO range, while UserTesting priced underneath its range. Why?
UserGems raises $20M to take on ZoomInfo to help with prospecting and sales intelligence
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3 new $100M ARR club members and a call for the next generation of growth-stage startups
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Accel Chooses “A” And “B” With UserTesting’s $45.5 Million Round
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Y Combinator Backed GazeHawk Heatmaps With Web Cams
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