The latest venture capital, seed, pre-seed, and angel deals for NYC startups for 8/12/2020 featuring funding details for Public Goods, Avise, and much more.
Professional networking sites like LinkedIn help millions of people connect and build their professional network, but if you’re an actor or performer, LinkedIn probably isn’t the best destination if you want to get discovered for your next on-camera role. Casting Depot is the network for on-camera talent connecting casting directors and actors/performers. AlleyWatch caught up with Cofounder Lacey Kaelani to learn more about the company’s public launch and the company’s mission to bring much-needed change to the casting industry.
The latest venture capital, seed, pre-seed, and angel deals for NYC startups for 8/11/2020 featuring funding details for NYC’s newest unicorn, Axle, and much more.
Is there anything more refreshing on a hot summer day than a cold refreshing drink? Onda is making this possible with tequila. The newly-launched spirits brand offers a line of canned sparkling tequila beverages that are each 5% alcohol, 100 calories, zero sugar, zero carb, and naturally gluten-free. CEO and Cofounder Noah Gray shares more about launching the brand in the middle of the pandemic, the shift to digital, and the company’s recent funding round led by 25madison.
The latest venture capital, seed, pre-seed, and angel deals for NYC startups for 8/10/2020 featuring funding details for Skillshare, Uniswap, and much more.
The notable startup fundings for the week ending 8/8/20 featuring funding details for Krisp, Ginger, PandaDoc, and much much more.
After launching its award-winning soundproof Phone Booth, ROOM continues to explore new ways to reinvent the workplace and make certain the needs of today’s modern office workers are met. The company, founded in 2018, is in the midst of preparing for the launch of three new solutions designed for focused work and collaboration. The flexibility […]
Sandro Roco, self-financed Sanzo, an Asian-inspired sparkling water brand, for a few years, which meant (pre-pandemic) taking subways with a hand truck, Ubers at 6AM to beat traffic (and surge pricing) and meeting 1:1 with customers, retail partners, and suppliers. Today, the product is found in Whole Foods throughout the Northeast, available direct-to-consumer, and the business is profitable. Roco shares some insight into how the recent popularity of Asian culture in America inspired the launch of Sanzo, self-funding the company, operating as a solo founder, and the experience of raising capital primarily through angel investors rather than funds.
The latest venture capital, seed, pre-seed, and angel deals for NYC startups for 8/6/2020 featuring funding details for Sanzo, Orum.io, and much more.
Despite cats as pets outnumbering the number of dogs, cats have been overlooked with most of the focus on our canine friends, and much of the products for cats are really just repurposed from dog-centric offerings. Smalls is the direct-to-consumer human-grade cat food brand designed specifically for cats and their loyal owners. AlleyWatch caught up with CEO and Cofounder Matt Michaelson to learn more about building a cat-centric brand in a dog-centric world, the company’s biology-based approach, and recent funding round from investors that include Left Lane Capital, Founder Collective, and Companion Fund.