AI Startups Take The Money And Run As Big Tech Comes Acquiring
If you haven’t heard, artificial intelligence (AI) startups are sort of a big deal.
Proust Goes Tech With Mark Webster, CEO and Founder of Sayspring
Mark Webster, founder and CEO of Sayspring, helps designers create voice applications without code for Amazon Alexa, Google Home, and other voice interfaces. He has founded three startups to date, one of which got acquired by Groupon in 2013.
US-Based Outsourcing Companies May Be Gaining Steam, But VC Investment Remains Skittish
Whether you are building an MVP, or even a fully-fledged startup, you’ll need help.
Market Research Startups Attract Funding, But Investor Interest May Have Already Peaked
Today, a marketer’s decisions must be informed by tech’s (second) favorite currency: data. But even with data, marketing efforts are difficult to measure, even while marketers face increasing pressure to justify and clearly demonstrate ROI.
Coworking Is Popular, But VCs Have Already Chosen Their Favorite Spot
When looking at coworking from a venture capital perspective, it’s safe to say, for now, coworking is WeWork and WeWork is coworking.
Despite Tech Hurdles, VCs and Tech Giants Double Down on AI-Powered Virtual Assistants
If startups have it their way, my people won’t get in touch with your people; instead, your bots will get in touch with my bots. But are investors on board with this future?