Startups without any office space used to be mostly unheard of. Now, they may be here to stay.
Venture capital deals and dollars-raised are on track for another record-breaking year, according to the National Venture Capital Association.
Many large companies are interested in both the cause and the financial returns, says Melissa Bradley of 1863 Ventures.
They don’t just have a harder time getting initial funding. They also get less of it.
The available options for companies are pretty limited.
From synthetic mouse meat to crickets, pet food makers want to capitalize on the trend.
Journalist Eliza Boyd says the “needle is moving” when it comes to pregnancy and venture capital.
In 2018, U.S. venture capital investment surpassed the 2000 dot-com peak for the first time. According to the financial data company PitchBook, investors put some $130 billion into thousands of U.S. companies. Many of these businesses will not make it, and as some flame out, they’ll leave behind a trail of debt. This is exactly […]
Do early-stage startups still have a chance at funding?