Millennials are watching less sports than previous generations. Bo Han, a former Twitter employee, is building Buzzer to make sports more accessible and flexible for sports fans, when and how they want it. The platform delivers what’s dubbed as “short-form live” content that allows fans to leverage their existing subscriptions or through nominal micropayments to view live games. Han was kind enough to join us to share more about the experience of fundraising during a time there were no live sports, his offer to return capital to investors during the pandemic in the wake of uncertainty, the company’s future plans, and recent round from notable investors that include Lerer Hippeau, Sapphire Sport, R&R Venture Partners, Imagination Captial, Anthony Noto, Richard Parsons, and Grace Kim.
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The latest venture capital, seed, pre-seed, and angel deals for NYC startups for 9/29/2020 featuring funding details for ButterflyMX, Buzzer, and much more.
I spend a lot of my time advising and mentoring entrepreneurs, including coaching at three awesome accelerators. Since almost all the companies I work with are at the pre-seed stage, I end up hearing the same questions quite a lot. They are, in order of frequency: How do I convince my co-founder to quit their job and join […]