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Crunchbase Series B

Last week was a busy week for VC funding in the SalesTech space.  Yesterday, I covered SparkLane’s funding round and today I am blogging about PE/VC database… 864 more words

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Armed with startup data, Crunchbase looks back on 2016 to predict what's coming

No one has a crystal ball. Armed with loads of startup data, the research outfit Crunchbase has nevertheless churned through some numbers to create an interesting snapshot of what happened in 2016 — and what might happen in 2017 — by examining six distinct trends. 798 more words

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CrunchBase Has Launched a Pro Version

CrunchBase is now offering a pro version. “CrunchBase Inc., the online database of the tech startup ecosystem that spun out of TechCrunch Inc. and parent company AOL/Verizon late last year, is debuting a professional version of its service with better search, filtering and notification capabilities than its free offering. 34 more words

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CrunchBase Pro brings new search and analysis features for power users

Today, live on the TechCrunch Disrupt stage, CrunchBase announced CrunchBase Pro, a major update to its heavily used startup database. CrunchBase will still offer the same free features to longtime users, but more advanced search capabilities, market trend analytics, and lists to track industries, people, companies, and investors will add premium value for power users. 586 more words

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PointShop hack uses AR to aid gadget buying

Another hack presented on stage here at the TechCrunch Disrupt San Francisco 2016 hackathon uses AR to contextualize gadgets with the aim of helping consumers better understand what they’re looking at, find a local stockist and even buy the gizmo there and then. 383 more words

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