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Hubba’s CEO Ben Zifkin called the layoffs a “bold and unconventional move” as part of a “much larger growth strategy.”
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The research program will support the implementation of the RightMesh platform and the development of community-identified and led mesh-based applications, including messaging, emergency response, and environment and health monitoring applications.
PredictHQ operates a cloud platform that aggregates information about events with potential business significance.
The Partnerize Partner Management Platform is an end-to-end, SaaS-based solution for forming, managing, analyzing, and predicting the future results of partner marketing programs using artificial intelligence.
Hamburg-based B2B SaaS consumer insight platform quantilope raised the funding from Dawn Capital, with participation from existing investors Senovo and Surplus.
Demac Media will now become Bounteous Canada.
Slick UIs and fast setup make great first impressions, but enterprise managers know they’re the tip of the iceberg. Unsexy features like interoperability are the real foundation.
“If there’s 600 million knowledge workers today, we’d be happy with, like, 500 million.”
The round was led by IVP, whose investments include AppDynamics, Slack and Snap.
Andreessen Horowitz leads $154 million investment in corporate travel startup TripActions, at over $1 billion valuation
Participating investors include Lightspeed Venture Partners, Zeev Ventures, and SGVC.
“Each of the companies will work with our team for the next six months to increase their revenues 10 times and become global leaders in today’s SaaS industry.”
The round was led by Madrona Venture Group, with participation from Social Capital, which also led its $4 million seed round in 2017.
The round was led by Alliance Ventures, with participation from Jaguar Land Rover’s InMotion Ventures; and returning investors Accel and Real Ventures.
The RealtimeBoard platform serves as a virtual canvas that lets teams draw up ideas and visualize concepts, and it can be used by anyone from marketers and product managers to designers and engineers, who can use it for planning, sketching, annotating, flow charting, and more.