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Greetings readers. These include PilgrimThen there’s the ChristineAs I mentioned last week, this week’s Daily Crunch will be a little different as they both take some time off. Nevertheless, you’ll still be able to get some TC tidbits throughout this typically slow news week. I will also be sharing some of the best stories from TC+ and TC this year, so let’s get going! – Neither Christine nor Pilgrim
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- 2023 will be the year electric cars really start to take shapeWe can safely say that the electric automobile industry is starting to take shape thanks to government policy initiatives and billions of dollars in investment by automakers. Rebecca Writes.
- No “Next Twitter,” he says: Devine It is perfectly acceptable, he writes, that there is no alternative to the Twitter some of us know and struggle with: “The illusory choice of rushing to the next Twitter should be rejected. Twitter was more than a product. It was a moment in the digital age, an unrefined expression of that digital ability. They are destroyed just as often as they are made. While it was pleasant and necessary, these messy delights can lead to messy ends. With only superficial lessons learned, it would be like rebuilding the same castle that fell on the same quicksand. “Watch it Sink!”
- “It’s all in the (lack of) detail”: dreamcatcherThen there’s the CarlyOur neighborhood cybersecurity reporters take a look at the most notorious data breaches of the year.
Startups and VC
- in wind turbines: HarryHe wrote that Aerones, a robotics startup that inspects and cleans wind turbines has raised $39M from unidentified investors.
- Multifaceted financial technologyThe $200 million raised by Akulaku, a Jakarta-based fintech company. Fintech, which is also available in Malaysia and the Philippines, offers a virtual card and an installment shopping platform as well as a new bank and investment platform. Catherine Writes.
- money point of viewMoney View, an Indian fintech company, has raised $75 million to expand its credit business and create more products. Manly… masculine Writes.
High-growth startups need to start de-risking the path to an IPO immediately
Although it may sound counterintuitive at first, late-stage startups must consider going public in this cold environment of fundraising.
“While some companies are postponing IPOs, others can play a role in catching up and preparing for the time when the open market is eager to invest again,” writes Carl Nedbala, COO and co-founder of commercial insurance broker Founder Shield.
He discusses TC+ in detail and explains why “sensible” companies avoid risk in their public paths. He also discusses which sectors are the best to indicate “an IPO in their future”.
There are two more, and we will take a look back.
- Six climatic technology trends:We have some ideas for where investors will invest their money in climate technology as more investors look to get into it. Tim reports.
- FOMO on due diligence:A few investors are expressing concern about how our investment practices and due diligence have suffered in the past year. They also discuss how they can learn from their biggest mistakes. Dominic MadureThen there’s the RonThere are more.
- Take a look back: Karan BhasinThis article focuses on what 10 investors thought about startups with low code/no-code codes in the first quarter this year. We will be conducting a new no code/low-code survey during the first quarter of 2023. If you are interested in investing in this space and would like to get involved, Contact us here.
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Big Tech, Inc.
- struggling in India:Fairwork India found that Amazon and Uber are among the companies that create inequitable working conditions for gig-workers. Manly… masculineHe has more.
- balance:Balance can provide a report about how you interact with your computer. They might even be able to help you develop healthy computing habits. Ivan Writes.
- What’s next for artificial intelligence: Kyle He also donned his forecasting hat over the weekend to let us all know what we can expect on the AI front in 2023.
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