Owing to policies that encourage entrepreneurialism amongst its highly-educated workforce, as well as investment from venture capitalists, Singapore has cultivated an ecosystem ripe for producing successful startups.
Dan Primack is one of my favorite journalists on the startup and venture capital beat, and his Pro Rata newsletter at Axios is a must read each morning, if you can stomach the occasional musings of a Boston sports nut. Today, in the wake of Amazon’s big HQ2 announcement, Primack takes a look at why…
Last month, South End-based Tresata announced that it had raised $50 million at a valuation that set the total worth of the company at $1 billion. In the parlance of Silicon Valley, that makes it a unicorn — a privately held startup worth 10 figures.
The scope of the SAP acquisition of Qualtrics has resonated globally, but what does it reflect about what’s happening in Utah? Local experts believe the $8 billion deal wasn’t a fluke and predict a lot more good to come out of Utah tech efforts.
Diversity and inclusion is a topic that all too often starts and ends with white women. MotherCoders, while targeting women, aims to support moms of all backgrounds — whether they be LGBTQ, single and/or people of color.