Since summer, at least four venture-backed insurtech companies have carried out U.S. public offerings.
Fintech & e-commerce
Alt, which allows people to buy, sell and store sports cards, officially launched after raising $31 million combined in a seed and Series A financing
Pipe helps SaaS companies turn their monthly or quarterly subscriptions into upfront cash flow.
The company provides a free platform to enable people to manage and grow their money with control and automation.
Zeni’s finance concierge performs daily bookkeeping and manages all other financial needs of startups for a flat monthly fee.
We ask venture capital firms five questions about their investment strategies.
Livestream shopping is one of the hotter trends to come out of the global pandemic, most notably in China, where it is a $136 billion market.
The company’s first product, Snaptravel, provides travel and hotel search results using a text-like interface.
The company helping women turn nontraditional talents into flexible businesses run from home.
Fuzzy created a personalized pet care experience that provides vet-recommended pet care and triage regardless of financial or geographic constraints.
These companies purchase thriving private labels and direct-to-consumer brands that sell on Amazon or Shopify and then use their expertise and...