The Canadian company is teaming up with a venture-capital firm to offer convertible notes to startups.
Editor’s Pick “We want to completely crush today’s model of journalism,” co-founder and CEO Martin Roldan told me last night.
Editor’s Pick “That last mile is a real bitch,” Rintoul added. “Only Amazon has really nailed it.”
“The world is bigger than Google now,” co-founder Brandon Chatreau told me this morning. “And it’s more open.”
“I do think that we have stepped it up significantly,” FounderFuel general manager Ian Jeffery told me yesterday. “In this cohort are some of the most mature companies we’ve ever had. All nine are fantastic, but some have real revenues already, over a million downloads, and upwards of 30,000 active users.”
Editor’s Pick Welcome to the new breed of incubators: startup accelerators that give startups everything they need in one central location. It’s literally a startup ecosystem in a box.
The largest accelerator in Canada, the biggest seed investor in Europe, and one of the top seed funds in Australia are joining forced to put on one major demo day for 15 of their top startups May 1 in San Francisco.
Nine startups from Montréal, Québec accelerator FounderFuel’s recent graduates are coming to Silicon Valley.
Editor’s Pick You’ve got five minutes — the most important five minutes of your life. Everything comes down to this.
OpenTable and GrubHub own the app-based food ordering space, right? So how does a small startup break into the market?
At VentureBeat, we come across a lot of funding news every day. In order to bring you the most information possible, we’re rounding up the quick-and-dirty details about the funding deals of the day and serving them up here in our “Funding daily” column.