Startup Of The Week: CastBox Renee Wang is the CEO and Founder of CastBox. Meet Renee Wang, the CEO and Founder of CastBox, an award-winning global podcast platform that enables anyone to easily find, access, create and enjoy spoken audio content.
#2 Slack keeps all your communication in one place. With a wide variety of social apps available, keeping track of all work-related communication can be a real headache, especially when dealing with large and remote teams. Again, startups need to move fast in a competitive marketplace, and they can’t do that without everyone being on the same page.
DigitalOcean, the New York-based cloud infrastructure company has announced Hatch, an initiative to support early stage startups from various geographies across the globe. Hatch is an online incubator aimed at startups that are already a part of select accelerators and incubators.
Founded in 2016, the company recently raised $93 million in Series B funding. Petuum says that capital infusion makes it one of the highest-funded early-stage startups working in artificial intelligence and machine learning. 9. ClassDojo. ClassDojo is a communication platform that helps connect teachers, students and parents.
For startups especially. Understanding what your customers are doing can make or break you in those early days. The thing is startup analytics are difficult. Startups tend to have less resources to build in-house teams to measure and assess analytics.
Acorns lets users choose between five different portfolios on a scale of conservative to aggressive. Unlike financial tech startups Betterment and Wealthfront, who offer more robust services, Acorns was built to be mobile-first. It was originally available only as an iOS or Android app, though Acorns launched a web version in July 2015.
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