We all know that there’s a possibility of selling our company, but how much planning can we really do to make that happen?
It continues to be an exciting, active time when it comes to investing in New York. While we saw a dip in deals last quarter, we’re back up (47 deals, up 15%), and total funding hit $114.5MM, an impressive 31% leap from Q1. Since starting the quarterly Seed Report, the largest sum we’ve recorded was […]
86% of the American population does not meditate. Many of these people suffer from the very conditions that meditation can relieve – namely stress. WAVE is a lifestyle brand that remedies this disconnect through its music-driven, hardware-enabled meditation platform targeted toward millenials. At the heart of the company’s offering are a $199 connected memory foam […]
The pharmacy benefits industry is estimated to be worth $550B per annum but it’s filled with complexity and inefficiencies. There’s also no incentive for the incumbent companies to change the model to offer more transparency. Capital Rx, the technology-driven pharmacy benefits manager for employers, challenges that. Launched in 2017, the startup aggregates structured and […]
This bi-weekly column covers the latest news from venture capital firms in NYC for the first half of July featuring must-know news including news for Greycroft, Kairos, Riverpark Ventures, and much more.
The latest venture capital, seed, pre-seed, and angel deals for NYC startups for 7/16/2019 featuring funding details for Citizen, Altonomy, and much more.
So in a world where diligence on private-market operating businesses can take months, it’s natural to wonder how much accuracy would be lost if we compressed all that work down to seven minutes.
New entrepreneurs are always looking for a shortcut in getting their venture story and plan across to investors, and closing on the funding they need. An effective tool I see used more and more, as a prelude to a more detailed business plan, is the Business Model Canvas, first introduced by Alexander Osterwalder back in 2008. It forces […]
Steve Jobs once said that everyone in this country should learn how to code; however, many people shy away from coding due to the steep learning curve that is required to create a fully functional website or app. Glitch, the two-year-old NYC startup launched by the team behind Trello (acquired) and Stack Overflow, gives everyone the […]
The latest venture capital, seed, pre-seed, and angel deals for NYC startups for 7/15/2019 featuring funding details for BigID, Bulletin, and much more.
Everything you need to need to know about the largest global startup funding rounds for Q2 2019; broken down by industry, stage, investors, and more…