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Week in Review: Selling out in the Instagram age 0

Week in Review: Selling out in the Instagram age

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Startups Weekly: Oyo’s toxicity + A farewell 0

Startups Weekly: Oyo’s toxicity + A farewell

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Finding the right reporter to cover your startup 0

Finding the right reporter to cover your startup

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Fintech’s next decade will look radically different

The birth and growth of financial technology developed mostly over the last ten years. So as we look ahead, what does the next decade have in store? I believe we’re starting to see early...

Registration is open for TC Sessions: Robotics + AI 2020 0

Apply to the pitch-off at TC Sessions: Robotics & AI 2020

Mark your calendars and dust off your public-speaking skills. This year, there’s an exciting new opportunity at TC Sessions: Robotics & AI, which returns to  UC Berkeley on March 3, 2020. We’ve added a...

Eaze and Wayv founder explains how to raise money for cannabis startups 0

Eaze and Wayv founder explains how to raise money for cannabis startups

Keith McCarty could have retired after Microsoft bought Yammer. Instead, he founded Eaze to address cannabis delivery. He lead the company through its B round and then stepped back, but last year, he founded...

Africa Roundup: Nigerian fintech gets $360M, mints unicorn, draws Chinese VC 0

Africa Roundup: Nigerian fintech gets $360M, mints unicorn, draws Chinese VC

November 2019 could mark when Nigeria (arguably) became Africa’s unofficial capital for fintech investment and digital finance startups. The month saw $360 million invested in Nigerian focused payment ventures. That is equivalent to roughly...

Startups Weekly: Chinese investors double down on African startups 0

Startups Weekly: Chinese investors double down on African startups

Hello and welcome back to Startups Weekly, a weekend newsletter that dives into the week’s noteworthy startups and venture capital news. Before I jump into today’s topic, let’s catch up a bit. Last week,...