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Flux Auto’s self-driving truck is all set to hit Indian roads

Indian-based startup Flux auto is getting ready to launch it’s self-driving trucks. “For us, the more chaotic the roads are, the more data we get and the more trained our algorithm becomes. Indian roads are helping us to make a far sturdier and sophisticated algorithm for our self-driving technology,” says Flux Auto, cofounder, Pranav Manpuria…. Read More »

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MindTickle Raises $27m in Series B Funding

MindTickle, a Sunnyvale, CA-based provider of a platform for businesses to prepare and train their sales teams, raised $27m in Series B funding. The round, which brings total amount raised to $41.3m, was led by Canaan Partners with participation from existing investors Accel Partners, New Enterprise Associates (NEA), and Qualcomm Ventures, the investment arm of… Read More »

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Throtle Raises Series B Funding, led by TransUnion

Throtle, a data onboarding company focused on deterministic identity resolution, announced today that it has closed a Series B funding round led by global credit risk and information solutions provider, TransUnion with additional participation from Auren Hoffman, the former founder and CEO of LiveRamp. The new funding will accelerate the growth and breadth of Throtle’s… Read More »

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Apple buys podcast search startup Pop Up Archive

This morning, the Hot Pod newsletter reported that the company had picked up a small Bay Area-based startup called Pop Up Archive in what appears to the be an effort to build up its in-house podcasting tools. The company offered TechCrunch a followup, noting, “Apple buys smaller technology companies from time to time, and we… Read More »

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Wearable Radiation Shield Startup StemRad Raises $6 Million

StemRad Ltd. announced Sunday that it has raised $6 million in a Series C investment round led by investor Jeff Vinik, who is the owner and chairman of National Hockey League team Tampa Bay Lightning. StemRad develops a radiation-blocking vest for first responders, military personnel and civilians at risk of nuclear and radiological exposure. The… Read More »

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Your Startup and Market Traction

Traction refers to the progress of a start-up company and the momentum it gains as the business grows. The reasoning behind developing traction is to grow the business while meeting specific company goals and objectives. For startups looking for funding, traction means having a measurable set of customers or users that serves to prove to… Read More »

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Competition and the health of your startup

All businesses exist in a competitive environment. Competition is healthy, and is essential for the growth of a market. While most entrepreneurs would rather have a market all to themselves, research has shown that they are better off with some company. Competition, especially with big brands lends a startup an air of credibility and generates… Read More »

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SendGrid raises $131 million after pricing its IPO at $16

SendGrid, the Denver-based marketing email company, raised $131 million after pricing its IPO at $16, above the expected range of $13.50 to $15.50. The company also upsized its IPO, selling 8.2 million shares, instead of 7.7 million. The company begins trading Friday on the New York Stock Exchange, under the ticker, “SEND.” SendGrid helps businesses… Read More »

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