To understand the issue with venture debt, it is important to note that the devil is often in the details — or in this case, in the contract terms.
We’re definitely in a down market, but for entrepreneurs eager to build and scale, venture capital is always scarce.
It's OK for a founder to jump into an emerging hype cycle, but only if they have a genuine interest in that area that reaches back in time.
There exist a myriad of answers to the question, "How do you found your first startup?" But which of those answers apply to you and your situation?
Building an equitable cap table allows startups to bring on experts they wouldn't be able to hire while making VC more diverse.
San Francisco is in a constant state of reinvention, and the many books set in or based on the Bay Area help prove it.
“This is really only talking about world-changing, big-ass businesses with a lot of impact that could be a billion dollars or more in value."
It's a perennial question for early-stage startups: how does one find product-market fit (PMF)?
It's hard to win on social media, but Redpoint's head of content Rashad Assir thinks the potential rewards make it totally worth the grind.
It's possible to build a startup with a founder who wants to stay in academia, but it’s not without its challenges.
Launching a startup is a solitary activity, but it doesn't have to be. Joining an incubator can help you connect with like-minded people.
Over 20,000 applications flew into Y Combinator, which ended up plucking out 282 startups for its latest batch. Now we’re getting our first look at them through Demo Day. The first day’s demos inc
Here’s a crazy statistic: More than half of the companies in Y Combinator’s latest cohort were accepted to the accelerator with only an idea, no minimum viable product or revenue strategy needed.
A marching band, a red carpet and a DJ who codes her beats are all things you can get before coffee (and a business card) at the Upfront Summit, one of venture’s most awaited conferences. But not ev
“We’ve come a long way, but we still have a long way to go," one investor told TechCrunch about the event.
For founders and investors alike, hard tech problems present a challenge — how to build a successful company over a long time horizon.
"If the founder has that deep personal connection and is willing to put what it takes to take it to those next few levels, that's where the TAM starts to look exciting.”
At TechCrunch Disrupt 2022, Ramp CEO Eric Glyman, Airbase CEO Thejo Kote and Anthemis partner Ruth Foxe Blader discussed how to compete in a tough fundraising environment.
Brex co-founder Henrique Dubugras and early investor Anu Hariharan discussed the fintech's eventful year at TechCrunch Disrupt.
In over a decade of investing in startups, Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian has only once offered to fund a founder on the spot.