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9 strategies that will help you overcome your fear of fundraising

Don’t let fear disempower you and delay your raise: It is the path to death for your startup.

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Aisera lands $90M to automate customer service requests with AI

Aisera, a company developing an AI-powered platform to automate customer service requests, has raised $90 million in a funding round led by Goldman...

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Anthemis, Airbase and Ramp will talk about balancing runway and growth in competitive sectors at Disrupt

How long is your startup’s runway? It’s an important question and an essential metric for every early-stage founder to know. But for startups...

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Slowdown? What slowdown? Menlo Ventures bags $761M for its largest-ever opportunities fund

U.S. venture firms in particular are amassing more cash than ever, and Menlo Ventures is perpetuating the trend.

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The next wave of supply-chain innovation will be driven by startups that help incumbents win

For years, the narrative for innovation in supply chain has focused on the disruptors. Less heralded has been the next wave these disruptors often...

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Eppo, a product experimentation platform, raises $19.5M for expansion

Eppo, a company developing experimentation infrastructure for testing products, has raised $19.5 million in a venture funding round.

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Edge Delta rakes in $63M for its distributed approach to data observability

Databases are growing at an exponential rate these days, and so when it comes to real-time data observability, organizations are often fighting a...

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Sleuth wants to use AI to measure software developer productivity

Sleuth, a startup developing a platform to automatically measure and monitor software developer productivity metrics, has raised $22M in venture...

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RelationalAI wants to change the way intelligent apps are built

RelationalAI wants to change the way data-driven applications are built by combining a database system with a knowledge graph.

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Observe.ai raises $125M, adding Zoom as an investor, to supercharge the contact center market

Contact centers play a key part in call a company engages with customers, amounting to what is a $400 billion market globally. Today, a company that...

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Pinecone announces $28M Series A for purpose-built database aimed at data scientists

When Pinecone launched last year, the company’s message was around building a serverless vector database designed specifically for the needs of...

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TruEra raises $35M for its AI analytics and monitoring platform

TruEra, a startup that offers an AI quality management solution to optimize, explain and monitor machine learning models, today announced that it has...

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Gloria Lin thinks construction needs to ‘catch the wave of fintech’

As an engineering program manager at Apple, Gloria Lin was part of a group that conceptualized and built initial prototypes for what is now Apple...

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Endgame grabs another cash infusion as product-led growth momentum builds

Endgame connects the dots between product usage and sales opportunities to put employees in the driver's seat of the software they like to use...

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Polly snags $37M in Menlo-led Series B to automate workflows for mortgage lenders

Polly, a SaaS technology startup aiming to “transform” the mortgage capital markets, announced today that it has raised $37 million in a Series B...

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CodeSee pulls in a $7M secondary seed to build out code visualization platform

CodeSee is an aptly named startup, one that is building a set of tools to help developers understand how all the parts of a code base fit together....

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How today’s startup market isn’t like 1999, and what you need to raise a hot Series A

As 2021 wound down, The Exchange wanted to dig into what might happen if the startup music stopped playing. So we got veteran venture capitalist Matt...

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Cequence adds $60M Series C to improve API security

When we last checked in with Cequence Security in February 2019, the company had just closed a $17 million Series B and was concentrating on...

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Clarifai moves beyond computer vision to manage companies’ unstructured data

Clarifai enables customers to make sense of the 90% of unstructured data they have using artificial intelligence.

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European point of sale provider SumUp acquires customer loyalty startup Fivestars for $317M

SumUp, a European-based competitor to Square, PayPal/iZettle and others that provide mobile-powered card readers and other sales technology to...

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Investors share how infrastructure as code is taking over DevOps

Infrastructure as code (IaC) has been gaining wider adoption among DevOps teams in recent years, but the complexities of data center configuration...

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Chime’s Chris Britt and Menlo Ventures’ Shawn Carolan to talk fintech on TechCrunch Live

In a world where fintech is so hot right now, and investors are being swept up by their excitement for the space, Chime has managed to ride the wave...

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Vareto raises $24M from GV, Menlo and all-star angels to reinvent financial planning for enterprises

Vareto, a startup aiming to help companies conduct more forward-looking financial planning and analysis, is coming out of stealth today with $24...

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CodeSignal secures $50M for its tech hiring platform

The company’s technical assessment technology is a “flight simulator for developers,” that gives candidates a score based on a simulated...

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Relyance AI scores $25M Series A to ensure privacy compliance at the code level

Relyance AI, an early-stage startup that is helping companies stay in compliance with privacy laws at the code level, announced a $25 million Series...

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Affinity, a relationship intelligence company, raises $80M to help close deals

Affinity is focused on industries like investment banking and venture capital, where there aren’t CRMs or networking platforms that cater to the...

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The Station: The lidar SPAC craze and 10 investors give their mobility predictions

The Station is a weekly newsletter dedicated to all things transportation. Sign up here — just click The Station — to receive it every weekend...

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10 investors predict MaaS, on-demand delivery and EVs will dominate mobility’s post-pandemic future

"Transportation is important to basically all people and is a real mess, so it will likely continue to be a hot topic and a source of investor...

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