Check out this interview with the CEO of Omni, Tom McLeod. Forbes.
Founded by Kara Cohen and Ilana Kruger, Dripkit is a design-centric, portable coffee solution that makes it easy to get your pour-over coffee for work, travel, and beyond. DesignMilk.
Check out this interview with the CEO of Meter Feeder, Jim Gibbs. Disruptor Daily.
The subscription-based startup aims to provide resources to working mothers, and ultimately set them up to succeed in all areas of their lives. TechCrunch.
PlateJoy maps out meals for its users, customizing recipes to dietary preferences (“low carb,” “gluten free,” “paleo”), lifestyle goals (“trying to lose weight”), and available cooking time and appliances. Quartz.
The product allows companies to provide virtual credit cards to every employee, and then follows that up with a suite of approval workflow and analytics features that will make every CFO swoon and employees rejoice at the ease of buying services. The company announced today that it has raised $4 million in venture capital led by Rick Smith at Crosscut Ventures. TechCrunch.
Juniper Square, which today announced it has raised a $6 million Series A round led by Felicis Ventures, is tackling the real estate investment side by helping investment managers raise and manage outside capital for their projects. TechCrunch.
Ripple has its first investment after it backed U.S.-based storage startup Omni through a $25 million round. TechCrunch.
The community, first launched in 2014 as a humble WordPress blog site, has now grown to over 200,000 developers sharing their technology stacks as well as advice on how to use them. Today, the company announced a $5.2 million Series A round led by e.Ventures. That’s on top of a $1.5 million seed round which TechCrunch covered just a few months ago. TechCrunch.
San Francisco-based startup Elroy Air announced Dec. 22 that it’s secured $4.6 million in seed funding to build large, autonomous drones, capable of carrying loads of 150 pounds up to 300 miles in one trip. Quartz.
More than sixty percent of U.S. households have at least one pet, according to data from the American Humane Association. A start-up called Fuzzy Pet Health wants to make sure pet owners have no excuse but to take proper care of them. CNBC.
The clock is ticking on this year’s open enrollment period. However, thanks to JOANY, signing up for healthcare has never been easier or faster. Inc.
PandaTree Inc., the language learning company, announces the launch of its proprietary interactive foreign language learning platform for kids. PE Hub.
The startup is announcing a $2.4 million seed round today with the hopes of making things better for young managers. TechCrunch.
Carrot Fertility aims to help all companies, regardless of size, offer employees affordable fertility benefits in line with what they might expect at Facebook or Apple. Forbes.
Hall is an egalitarian neighborhood dining space where membership is open to anyone — particularly those who yearn for connections more enduring than those forged over drinks at a neighborhood bar. Boston Globe.
Superhuman’s underlying technology is designed to speed up everything about using email. TechCrunch.
Rahim Fazal cofounded SVAcademy with Joel Scott and is taking the wraps off the company today. TechCrunch.
The founders of the Athletic, an 18-month-old online sports publication, see opportunity in the struggles of the biggest companies. Bloomberg.
Carrot aims to simplify the process of offering fertility benefits for workplaces. Buzzfeed.