The latest venture capital, seed, pre-seed, and angel deals for NYC startups for 1/23/2020 featuring funding details for Clubhouse Software, Curacity, and much more.
The notable startup fundings for the week ending 12/28/19 featuring funding details for Elysium, Seeq, and much much more.
Welcome back to Inside the Mind of an NYC VC, a highly acclaimed series at AlleyWatch in which we speak with New York City-based Venture Capitalists. In the hot seat today is Marcos Martinez-Villalba, a Venture Investor at Revel Partners, a founder-first B2B venture firm focused on investments in the US and Europe that was cofounded by four successful […]
NYC Tech News for the week ending 3/23 including the NYC startup fundings, NYC startup exits, and NYC Tech events including news for two freshly minted NYC unicorns, Splice, Fetcher, and much more…
The latest venture capital, seed, and angel deals for NYC startups for 3/21/19 featuring funding details for Fetcher, FLEXX, and much more.
NYC Tech News for the week ending 3/2 including the NYC startup fundings, NYC startup exits, and NYC Tech events including news for Eden Health, TheGuarantors, 2019 NYC Tech Influencers, and much more…
The latest venture capital, seed, and angel deals for NYC startups for 2/26/19 featuring funding details for over 10 NYC startups including Rockets of Awesome, Landit, VAST Data, and much more.
“First and foremost, we’re a tech company. Whenever you build a product that is designed to be democratized, you end up building a better product then what the head of the market is using”
The latest venture capital, seed, and angel deals for NYC startups for 11/1/18 featuring funding details for Titan, SpotFront, and Fetcher.
Here are the latest venture capital, seed, and angel deals for NYC startups for 12/29/17. This page will be updated throughout the day to reflect any new fundings.
Not all business pitches are million-dollar ideas. The good news is they don’t have to be. However, in order to work with an investor there has to be trust, and that trust is only possible through transparency. This means telling your investors all of the negative aspects of your pitch. While this may seem like a daunting task to most, it can lead to a potential company’s bright future. Mark Daoust uses his own experiences with negative elements in a company and turning them into opportunities.