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True or False? The cost to build a product has dramatically decreased in the past 10 years...True of False? The cost to build a company has dramatically decreased in the past 10 years...Costs to build an initial product are continuing to decrease I'
Mobile ad companies face many problems today, from figuring out the best way to run campaigns on small screens, to managing how they target potential viewers. LiquidM , a stealth ad tech company launching today, believes that a lack of adequate tools
Credorax , a Boston-based company that has developed a platform for taking the headache out of processing payments, announced today that it has received a $40 million investment from growth equity investor FTV. The company's ePower platform, which is
Jon Soberg Jon Soberg is a managing director at Blumberg Capital. Act looks very promising, but the implementation so far feels like watching paint dry...Early stage risks I have been on the record as a strong believer in crowdfunding for projects,
It's not cold, and while snow from recent flurries hangs in the trees, it melts to slush on the sidewalks and streets. I enter a small, essentially empty coffee shop for a meeting with one of the biggest names in entrepreneurship globally: Oliver
Payment-processing startup Paymill recently raised 10 million euros to drive expansion throughout Europe. As the lead investor from Blumberg Capital, I am positively biased about the opportunity, but the story is bigger than Paymill, Stripe,
Jon Soberg This is a guest post by investor Jon Soberg It's almost 2013, and many seed-funded companies are hoping the New Year will yield a big, fat Series A check. As we all know, and as the recent report from CBInsights reminded us, there is a
Jenn Wei This is a guest post from venture capitalist, Jenn Wei. I feel extremely lucky to be working at a job that combines my passion for technology, entrepreneurship, and meeting interesting people who dare to challenge the status quo.
Oh, ad:tech. By day, it’s filled with promising entrepreneurs, fresh-faced startups and innovative marketing presentations that alter advertising as we know it. But by night: drinking, revelry and Silicon Valley’s
Russia" had kept an extremely low profile in the Silicon Valley. Put them together, and this string of deals raises a provocative question: "Are we in a bubble?"...Consider that the number of venture-backed IPOs so far this year isn't even a drop in