The age of the connected device is coming, and TechStars and R/GA want to help it along.
Looks like Intuit scooped up one Techstars startup before the startup ever had a chance to debut. The financial software company bought tax-focused tech GoodApril before the nascent team could ever demo its product.
Editor’s Pick “The hypocrisy of accelerators is that we give give you money and you go innovate while we do business as usual,” 500 Startups’ Paul Singh says.
The past few months have been rocky for TechStars NYC, but you couldn’t tell by looking at the startup accelerator’s diverse Spring 2013 cohort.
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.
Occipital develops computer-vision products, and the acquisition of ManCTL will make it easier to create 3D models of the real world.
Impersonal, mass emails are easy to dislike and ignore, which is why SimpleRelevance has raised $1 million. SimpleRelevance’s platform gathers customer data and then personalized emails to specifically target individuals.
TechStars Chicago announces its first class of startups for summer 2013.
TechStars NYC just announced its latest class of startups, and it seems to be the most diverse collection of companies we’ve seen for the popular accelerator.
While technology helps us share information in new, creative ways, some people just can’t let go of the slide presentation. Haiku Deck has some new cash to help people get funky with their slide decks.
Shipping is a pain in the … you know what. We don’t have to spell that out. You know it. Here’s a way to solve your problems with computer!
Feld has been bewitched by the promise of Google Fiber, and soon he’s going to give the gift of super-fast Internet speeds to a few lucky startups in KC.
Guest Post I’ve won two startup competitions and have learned some lessons along the way.
Nothing like a little Nike-branded, fitness-fueled energy to knock out your incubator fatigue.
Guest Post A market where only angels swoop in to provide necessary seed and early-stage capital is problematic … the angel market is much less efficient than established venture capital.
#IM48 is a road trip for people with ideas. Four guys, spending four months traveling across America to put on events that encourage people to bring to life their ideas.
You gave us your top Silicon Alley tech influencers, now here’s the cream of the crop.
Microsoft’s newest incubator, the Bing Fund, will invest $50,000-$100,000 in early-stage startups, through standard convertible notes. It will also provide mentorship, office space, and more.
Editor's Pick Adam Rothenberg (left) with David Cohen and David Tisch
CrowdTwist CEO Irving Fain
So-called “power angels” have emerged as a force in the U.S. technology start-up scene. They bring money and relationships to help promising start-ups get to the next stage.
Just a friendly reminder that we’ll be in Boston next Tuesday, February 14, and we’re still looking for the best local companies to come meet with us.
Startup incubator TechStars announced today it has raised a new $24 million fund, providing an additional $100,000 for each of the companies under its wing.
He has $1 million in the bank, a promising new company and a rolodex that makes Silicon Valley swoon.