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Mirror founder Brynn Putnam on life with Lululemon — and whether or not she sold too soon

Mirror founder Brynn Putnam on life with Lululemon — and whether or not she sold too soon Brynn Putnam has a lot to feel great about. A Harvard grad and former professional ballet dancer who opened the first of what have become three high-intensity fitness studios in New York, she then launched a second business […]

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Software companies are reporting a pretty good third quarter

Software companies are reporting a pretty good third quarter What a difference a week makes. This time last week, in the wake of earnings from tech’s five largest American companies and early results from other software companies, it appeared that tech shares were in danger of losing their mojo. The Exchange explores startups, markets and […]

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3 tips for SaaS founders hoping to join the $1 million ARR club

3 tips for SaaS founders hoping to join the million ARR club David Cancel Contributor Share on Twitter David Cancel, a five-time entrepreneur and author of the book “Conversational Marketing,” is CEO and founder of Drift. More posts by this contributor Video and messaging enable remote work. But is it right for your company? 3 […]

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One-click housing startup Atmos raises another $4M from Khosla, real estate strategics, and TikTok star Josh Richards

One-click housing startup Atmos raises another M from Khosla, real estate strategics, and TikTok star Josh Richards Atmos wants to make designing a house as simple as a single click. Well, that vision is now getting a double click from VCs. The company, which we profiled back in July, announced today that it raised another […]

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DataFleets keeps private data useful, and useful data private, with federated learning and $4.5M seed

DataFleets keeps private data useful, and useful data private, with federated learning and .5M seed As you may already know, there’s a lot of data out there, and some of it could actually be pretty useful. But privacy and security considerations often put strict limitations on how it can be used or analyzed. DataFleets promises […]

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TravelPerk launches an API for COVID-19 restrictions

TravelPerk launches an API for COVID-19 restrictions About a month after outting an open API platform for its customers to augment their apps, business trip SaaS startup TravelPerk has launched a standalone API product aimed at helping the wider travel industry provide up-to-date information on travel restrictions and risks related to the COVID-19 pandemic. The […]

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Here’s how fast a few dozen startups grew in Q3 2020

Here’s how fast a few dozen startups grew in Q3 2020 Earlier this week I asked startups to share their Q3 growth metrics and whether they were performing ahead of behind of their yearly goals. Lots of companies responded. More than I could have anticipated, frankly. Instead of merely giving me a few data points […]

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Customer experience and digital transformation concepts are merging during the pandemic

Customer experience and digital transformation concepts are merging during the pandemic Customer experience and digital transformation are two terms we’ve been hearing about for years, but have often remained nebulous in many organizations — something to aspire to perhaps, but not take completely seriously. Yet the pandemic has been a forcing event for both concepts, […]

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This former Tesla CIO just raised $150 million more to pull car dealers into the 21st century

This former Tesla CIO just raised 0 million more to pull car dealers into the 21st century “I have to choose my words carefully,” says Joe Castelino of Stevens Creek Volkswagen in San Jose, California, when asked about the software on which most car dealerships rely for inventory information, to manage marketing, to handle customer […]

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Blissfully expands from SaaS management into wider IT services aimed at midmarket

Blissfully expands from SaaS management into wider IT services aimed at midmarket When Blissfully launched in 2016, it was focused on helping companies understand their SaaS usage inside their organizations, but over time the company has seen that there is a wider need, especially in midmarket companies, and today it announced it was expanding into […]

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