A startup promises to make water “more biologically adaptable”… OK. Sure. Thanks?
There are rules for museums that want to sell valuable art. And they’re controversial.
HustleGPT was a viral sensation that asked if bots could become entrepreneurs.
Adam Neumann’s back with a real estate startup already valued at $1B. But… what is it?
While many of us were baking sourdough and scrolling through TikTok, some audacious founders launched new ventures.
Scott Whitley recaps lessons learned after shutting down his startup, LAB Water Kefir.
Intuit helps small businesses operate with QuickBooks, TurboTax and Credit Karma. Mailchimp is a tool to help acquire and retain customers to these services.
Figma just raised $200m at a $10B valuation, with revenue hitting $75m in 2020.
Jaxsta is an Australia-based startup looking to help artists, producers and songwriters get their due credit.
RentCheck just raised $2.6m. The app allows tenants and property managers to conduct remote, in-app move-out inspections.
Landis, a ‘rent-to-own’ startup focused on financial inclusion, raised a $165m round from investors that include Jay-Z and Will Smith.
Omniscient Technology raised $30m to map our brains, making it easier for doctors to find and treat issues.
Startups are giving artists the music-making and audience outreach tools to blow up on TikTok and Spotify.
Egyptian startups raised $190m in venture capital last year. In June alone, they nearly eclipsed that record.
Liteboxer is riding the home gym wave by offering an at-home boxing machine (priced at $1.5k).
Piano gives tools for big media brands like TechCrunch, The Wall Street Journal, and The Economist to build subscription products.
Bunim Laskin found his first customers using Google Maps. Today, Swimply sees 15-20k reservations a month.
Health startups raised $7B in Q1 2021, a near decade high. Benefits departments think there are too many options, though.
After trying their hand at kimonos, wigs, and top hats, Jackson Cunningham and Josh Bluman found success with their modern suspenders brand.
a16z’s new report highlights some of the biggest movers and shakers in the marketplace platform space.
Whether or not they realize it, nearly every adult in America has used Stripe. This week, the payments platform raised $600m.
Young entrepreneur Adam Shlomi scaled a $1m online tutoring company during college.
Carta started by helping startups manage cap tables. Now, it wants to build the world’s largest private market exchange.
Israeli payments platform Melio raised $110m to help SMBs take check-writing online.
The social audio app could be worth $1B just 8 months after cracking a $100m valuation.
Two Canadian college students started a company to connect female students to female entrepreneurs. It’s on track to bring in $600k in revenue in 2021.
Jobandtalent raised $108m to help put the world’s 500m temps to work… but legal hurdles loom.