On-demand goods, food and alcohol delivery service Gopuff has acquired fleet management platform rideOS for $115 million, sources familiar with the deal say. This acquisition comes just a few months after the Philadelphia-based startup announced a $1.15 billion funding round at a $8.9 billion valuation, up from $3.9 billion in October. Last fall, the company […]
Electric vehicle startup Canoo detailed some of the features that may be on its app on Thursday, foremost of which is a one-stop shop functionality that customers could use for their Canoo vehicles — and all their other cars, as well. This unusual approach to its branded vehicle app could potentially pay off big-time for […]
This past year, three sheep in Canada have been wearing their kidneys on their sleeves. Or more aptly, in jackets on their fluffy backs. These three sheep are part of an ongoing animal study run by the Buffalo, New York-based startup Qidni Labs, a company pursuing waterless and mobile blood purification systems. Qidni Labs was […]
Early-stage founders, a shipload of opportunity is about to set sail and you don’t want to miss the boat. We have only a few spots left to exhibit in Startup Alley at TechCrunch Disrupt 2021 (September 21-23). Buy a Startup Alley Pass and take advantage of all the exposure, perks and potential to help your […]
At TC Sessions: Mobility 2021, Revel CEO and co-founder Frank Reig, Remix CEO and co-founder Tiffany Chu, and lawyer Tamika L. Butler discussed how mobility companies should think about equity.
Vitosha Venture Partners is a brand new venture fund launching out of Bulgaria, and backed by the Bulgarian government. The 26 million euro ($30M) fund aims to invest in approximately 100 companies, starting from low ticket sizes all the way up to a million, in early-stage and growth-stage companies that are based in or related […]
Free money from the government sounds like winning the lottery, but the reality is that most tech startups and even local retail businesses and restaurants can potentially qualify for tax credits related to research and development in the United States. Those credits, which is what helps tech giants keep their tax rates to near zero, […]
Jonathan Bush, the CEO and co-founder of Athenahealth, is a controversial figure in the controversial field of healthcare. More than two decades after he started the now-public healthcare company, Bush lost Athenahealth to Elliott Management, an activist investor that bought the company alongside Veritas Capital. During this tense period of time, domestic violence allegations surfaced […]
Twine, a video chat startup that launched amid the pandemic as a sort of “Zoom for meeting new people,” shifted its focus to online events and, as a result, has now closed on $3.3 million in seed funding. To date, twine’s events customers have included names like Microsoft, Amazon, Forrester and others, and the service […]
Claroty, an industrial cybersecurity company that helps customers protect and manage their Internet of Things (IoT) and operational technology (OT) assets, has raised $140 million in its latest, and potentially last round of funding. With the new round of Series D funding, co-led by Bessemer Venture and 40 North, the company has now amassed a […]
We’ve all heard the phrase, “Every company is a fintech.” But these days, that’s becoming more and more true as an increasing number of companies that are not even in the financial services space seek to add a fintech component to their offering. A group of startups poised to benefit from this shift are those […]
New York, NY 17 June 2021: The global biohacking market size is expected to reach USD 52,779.36 million by 2027 according to a new study by Polaris Market Research.The report “Biohacking Market Share, Size, Trends, Industry Analysis Report, By Type (Inside and Outside), By Product (Smart Drugs, Sensors, Strains, and Others), By Application (Synthetic Biology, Genetic Engineering, Forensic Science, Diagnosis & Treatment, and Drug Testing), By End Use (Pharmaceutical & Biotechnology Companies, Forensic Laboratories, and Others), By Regions; Segment Forecast, 2020 –2027” gives a detailed insight into current market dynamics and provides analysis on future market growth.Biohacking are biological experiments conducted in a small lab and are done by either individual or a small community.The biological experiments performed in garage labs could be genetic engineering, 3-D printing using light-sensitive bacteria.Furthermore, biohackers are in process as well as have developed various products to explore the human body and mind such as smart drugs, microchips, brain sensors, magnetic fingerprints, RFID implants, bacterial and yeast strains, smart blood pressure monitor and health tracker.Request For Sample Copy @ https://www.polarismarketresearch.com/industry-analysis/biohacking-market/request-for-sample For functional or aesthetic changes, biohackers have implemented technology to their own bodies.Later, he and his team had developed a software that transposes colors into vibration using a head-mounted camera extension.Furthermore, Salvia Bioelectronics, a Dutch startup company, is developing neurostimulation implantable device to stop chronic migraines.
With ecommerce being one of Indonesia's fastest-growing industries, it's only natural that supporting verticals are also expanding.
The accelerator will call for applications from startups with solutions for sustainability, automation, and analytics, among others.
While there has been a wave of innovation in food tech worldwide, it’s still in early days for Africa. There are only a handful of African food-tech startups, and a year and a half’s worth of global pandemic has added a couple to that list. Kune is one of the most recent food-tech startups, and […]
When WeWork appeared, other entrepreneurs looked at the model and thought that if you could apple co-working to property, then why not apply co-living. Thus, in the US, Common appeared, as did Hmlet in Asia. Imn the EU, Habyt launched, but has already gobbled-up its competitors Quarters, Goliving, and Erasmo’s Room. It’s now closed a […]
It can be really tough to find an affordable software engineer when you are trying to grow a startup company.So where can you go to find an experienced, affordable software engineer?Well, there are a couple of things to consider before you start hunting.The other is to figure out whether you need a project-based or a full-time developer to bring your ideas into reality.So, like any experienced project manager knows, one of the first things you must do is to define what your goal is.A brain surgeon can perform brain surgery, but they can’t put a man on the moon.When you’re hiring a programmer, you have to get a specialist.Is this a three-month project?You have to ask these questions too.
Tipalti makes it easier for accounts payable departments to manage their entire supplier payments operation.
Sense also announced the appointment of former InMobi exec, Sanjay Dharmani, as the managing director of its India operations.
In 2020, Foodpanda accounted for half of Delivery Hero’s global revenue. However, high operating costs have also weighed it down.