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Immerse Me: How To Get Lost In A Story (Story Not Required)

The media we use to tell stories has evolved considerably in the millennia since our ancestors swapped their first campfire tales. Regardless of the form stories take, the storyteller always has the same goal: transport an audience — get people to stop thinking about the here and now and focus on the world of the story. Show More Summary

Machine Intelligence In The Real World

In the past few years, I’ve been laser-focused on machine intelligence. I’ve talked to hundreds of entrepreneurs, researchers and investors about helping machines make us smarter. And in the months since I shared my landscape of machine intelligence companies, folks keep asking me what I think of them — as if they’re all doing more or less the same thing. (I’m… Read More

Get Builds Mobile Apps And Handles Deliveries For Local Shops

Meet Get, a new French startup that wants to be the Shopify for small retailers on mobile among many other things. With Get, local shops like your favorite bakery can effortlessly have an app for iOS and Android. Get also provides a same-hour delivery service like Stuart. Read More

What’s The Deal With EAT Club?

To be honest, I had never heard of EAT Club until about a month ago, when its public relations team reached out to me, and I’m glad that they did. EAT Club, which launched in 2010, is almost three years into its move from a consumer-focused company to a business-to-business one that focuses on corporate food catering. Show More Summary

The Art Of The Pitch

I’m fortunate in my day to day. I have the privilege of hearing new and exciting ideas, both by seasoned and budding entrepreneurs. I remind myself that not too many moons ago, I was in their shoes pitching for money, product and development support and, at times, attention. Show More Summary

7 On-Demand Delivery Startups In London

We count 7 on-demand delivery startups currently battling it out in London (although there are doubtless more) as entrepreneurs and VCs make big bets on smartphone-driven convenience and the promise of getting you food or just about anything delivered to your door within minutes. Read More

Hey VCs, Here Are The Companies On Display In Startup Alley At Disrupt London

Attention all you investors out there. We’re excited to unveil the companies that will be participating in the Startup Alley at Disrupt London 2015, and you can catch a glimpse of all of them by visiting our new Startup Alley Hub. In...Show More Summary

Where Are The Startup Battlefield Companies Now? Fintech Startup Satago Launches New Invoice Tools

Satago is a UK fintech startup with a simple premise — to help small businesses and freelancers get paid on time. They do that primarily by automated self report — Satago users link their Satago account with their in-house accounting...Show More Summary

The problem with Steering Committees

  Is that they have too many hands on the steering wheel, and they try to determine their destination after they start driving. By the way, one set of hands always provides the best direction. You should totally read my book – The Great Fragmentation.

TrialPay Co-Founder Back With Point, A Novel, Fractional Home Ownership Startup

Point, a Palo Alto-based home equity marketplace that plans to take people’s homes and and make them completely liquid, divisible and tradable by letting owners sell fractional equity in them, is raising funding, according to a new SEC filing. Show More Summary Lands $15 Million Series A

Herzliya Israel-based isn’t yet saying exactly what it’s up to, but investors must like what they’re seeing. The stealth-mode company, which says it’s rebuilding the framework for dealing with big data in a way that integrates...Show More Summary

Intralist Is A Site For Everyone Who Just Can’t Get Enough Top Five Lists

Lists! Everybody loves ’em, right? I mean, even if you pretend that you don’t, I’m guessing you find yourself furtively clicking on “top five” or “top 10” articles every once in a while. So what about a site that’s built entirely around lists? That’s Intralist, in a nutshell. John Jaxheimer (formerly creative director at Sports… Read More

Deezer Introduces Family Plan, $16 For Up To 6 People

Shortly after indefinitely postponing its IPO, music streaming startup Deezer just announced a new family plan to keep up with the competition. You can now subscribe to a family plan for €14.99 per month ($16). For this price, you get six different profiles so that you can get sepratate playlists and music recommendations for each profile. Read More

And the Independent Spirit Award nominees are...

Film Independent recently announced the nominees for the 2016 Indie Spirit Awards and we’re excited to share that 11 Kickstarter-funded films received 19 total nominations! They're up for everything from Best First Feature to Best Editing. Show More Summary

Q&A with Jake Park, Founder and CEO of Between

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In this Q&A, we get to know Jake Park (29), Founder & CEO of Between, a beautiful messaging and photo sharing app for couples. Learn more about Jake’s approach to fundraising, Seoul startups, and more below. Location : Seoul, Korea Investors: $4 million raised with SoftBank, Ventures Korea, Japan’s Global Brain Corporation & 500 Startups. Show More Summary

After Falling Through The Series A Gap And An Aborted Sale, Restaurant Delivery Startup Dine In Shutters

Not only was he confident of closing an imminent Series A round, but his company, which launched a year before better-known and much better-funded Deliveroo, had just acquired MyDeliveryCab, serving as the purpose for our call. He was...Show More Summary

Who What Wear’s Parent Company Acquires Shopping Startup Wantering

Clique Media Group, the company behind shoppable fashion site Who What Wear, has acquired Canadian startup Wantering. Clique’s properties (which also include lifestyle site MyDomaine and beauty site Byrdie) already combine editorialShow More Summary

Design & Tech Roundup: Rolling Deep

Blaze Burner Now that Back to the Future Day has come and gone, rolling on the ground should be obsolete as a mode of transportation. While flying cars are still in the works, we did see Hendo introduce the first real hoverboard last year. Show More Summary

Buffer Rejiggers Its Open Salary Formula

Buffer, a company known for its radical transparency, has reformed its salary algorithm that it uses to calculate the pay of its staff. It’s been several years since Buffer first published its salary list. The company also has an equity chart that anyone can read, and a revenue dashboard that you can use to track its performance. Read More

The 20 Best Unicorn Companies For Paying Software Engineers Top Dollar

We pulled together all 153 unicorns currently listed on the Crunchbase Unicorn Leaderboard and then matched them up with data provided by Glassdoor to give you the top 20 highest paying startup unicorns for software engineering jobs. In...Show More Summary

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