A startup backed by Marc Benioff raised a bunch of new money to bring branded websites back from the dead

A startup backed by Marc Benioff raised a bunch of new money to bring branded websites back from the dead

Brandcast has raised $18 million in Series A funding to build out technology that lets marketers build and edit websites quickly. CEO Richard Yanowitch says that he’s seeing a switch from brands pumping out content for social media to publishing websites. Mar…

Advertisements
Read More

Best BUSINESS TIP • How to stop giving away free stuff & increase perceived value. Bryan Toder

Best BUSINESS TIP • How to stop giving away free stuff & increase perceived value. Bryan Toder

More Biz Tips http://www.TheNoFearZone.com Hate Public Speaking? You’ll Love This! http://www.thenofearzone.com/fearless-speaking/ How to stop giving away free stuff & increase perceived value. Bryan Toder There’s an amazing thing that happens when you give your product service away for free. Hi… I’m Bryan Toder, The No Fear Guy, and when you give away your product or…

Read More

Bolt Threads: The Startup Creating Apparel From Synthetic Spider Silk | Forbes (VIDEO)

Bolt Threads: The Startup Creating Apparel From Synthetic Spider Silk | Forbes (VIDEO)

Synthetic spider silk that could be stronger than Kevlar and softer than any other material now available has been the holy grail for apparel companies, but it’s been tough to develop. Startup Bolt Threads, which has raised more than $200 million from Formation 8, Founders Fund and other, cracked the problem with engineered fiber based…

Read More

Flexing Ingenuity to Move the Furniture Market | Morgan Stanley (VIDEO) #Furniture

Flexing Ingenuity to Move the Furniture Market | Morgan Stanley (VIDEO) #Furniture

October 31, 2017 – Reham Fagiri started AptDeco to provide a better way to sell furniture online, only to discover an even bigger market dysfunction to solve. http://www.morganstanley.com/ideas/aptdeco-multicultural-innovation-lab

Read More

Crypto Startup Ledger Expands to Asia Pacific in Hong Kong #crypto #coin #news

Crypto Startup Ledger Expands to Asia Pacific in Hong Kong #crypto #coin #news

Paris-based crypto security giant Ledger, has announced its expansion into Asia with the establishment of a Hong Kong office and the appointment of Benjamin Soong as Head of Asia Pacific (APAC). The launch into the new terrain will see Soong overseeing the entire Ledger’s APAC operations as the company extends into fulfilling the growing demand for both Ledger Vault and the Ledger Nano S. Ledger’s Continued Growth Launched in 2014 by 8 experts in complementary fields of embedded security, cryptocurrencies and entrepreneurship, Ledger has in a short span gained considerable…

Read More

One-on-one with Nilesh Ved [Chairman, Apparel Group] (VIDEO)

One-on-one with Nilesh Ved [Chairman, Apparel Group] (VIDEO)

Chairman of Apparel Group, Nelish Ved moved to the US, only to realize he belongs in Dubai; where his business expanded along with the blooming of the city itself. Nilesh Ved is the Chairman of Apparel Group, a retail group that had a humble beginning and has grown since to a group of 150 stores…

Read More

Payments startup Klarna raises $20M from H&M, its second backer from the fashion world

Payments startup Klarna raises $20M from H&M, its second backer from the fashion world

Klarna, the payments startup out of Sweden that helps online shoppers arrange for financing at the point of sale, has picked up another strategic investor: fashion retailer H&M is taking a $20 million stake in the business, and with it, the two plan to build …

Read More

Deep-linking startup Branch is raising more than $100M at a unicorn valuation

Deep-linking startup Branch is raising more than $100M at a unicorn valuation

Branch, the deep-linking startup backed by Andy Rubin’s Playground Ventures, will enter the unicorn club with an upcoming funding round. The four-year-old company, which helps brands create links between websites and mobile apps, has authorized the sale of $1…

Read More

A founder who said he would never sell his startup reveals why he changed his mind for Canada’s ‘quiet, sleepy $18 billion company’

A founder who said he would never sell his startup reveals why he changed his mind for Canada’s ‘quiet, sleepy $18 billion company’

Michael Perry is director of product and marketing technology at Shopify. Shopify After spending nearly a decade as an entrepreneur, Michael Perry never imagined working for someone else. His last company, Kit, made a popular digital assistant for small business owners selling goods on platforms like Etsy and Amazon. It let them email their customers,…

Read More

What3words is mapping the enviornment in 10×10 squares (CNET News)

What3words helps out when street addresses just aren’t enough. It might be built in to your next car. How What3words pinpoints every spot on Earth for better navigation (Q&A): Subscribe to CNET: Check out our playlists: Download the new CNET app: Like us on Facebook: Follow us on Twitter: Follow us on Instagram:

Read More
Reduce Your Debt And Save