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remote work
The onset of covid-19 has shown investors what can be achieved outside of the office and away from the traditional tech-heavy communities, like Silicon Valley. This may result in longer-term changes for the venture community, writes Rob Langston.
blockchain
Blockchain and cryptocurrencies have reached a tipping point where to ignore their impact on online transactions could leave businesses scrambling to catch up, writes Lee Bruno.
Letter from the editor
As climate tech investing gains momentum, diverse-owned start-ups are the ones showing some of the greatest potential to innovate in the sector, according to our latest cover story.
VC Map Europe Flags
Europe’s VC industry had a breakout Q1, on pace for another record-shattering year. Meanwhile, US firms Icon, Sapphire and Sequoia are expanding their operations.
There's an inflection point taking place in Japan that is creating opportunities for foreign investors, according to Koichiro Nakamura of Sozo Ventures.
climate tech diversity
The venture community’s use of ‘pattern matching’ past successes to find the next big opportunity has excluded many female- and diverse-owned start-ups from raising capital. But as climate-tech investing gains steam, these start-ups that are showing some of the greatest potential to innovate in lower-income communities.
Cottonwood Technology Fund's Alain le Loux said investing in early-stage hardware start-ups results in billion-dollar exits.
Anis Uzzaman of Pegasus Tech Ventures argues there is a new era of transportation for consumers to use micromobility solutions in addition to autonomous vehicles.
Steven Weinstein, chief executive at early stage investor Seismic Capital, says SPACs are facing a short supply of suitable companies.
Letter from the editor
Icon Ventures, Sapphire Ventures and now Bee Partners are expanding their footprint, taking advantage of a sea change taking place in venture.
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