TechCrunch is greater than only a web site with phrases. We’re additionally constructing a rising secure of podcasts targeted on essentially the most important matters referring to the startup and enterprise capital worlds. That can assist you discover the correct present to your pursuits, we’ve compiled our audio output from the week.
Embedded beneath is the newest from Chain Reaction, our new and stellar crypto-focused podcast hosted by Lucas and Anita. Additionally, you will discover Found, a long-form bit of labor that goes deep on the true saga of firm formation, from Jordan and Darrell. There’s an audio-only model of TechCrunch Live hosted by Matt that options founders and buyers discussing profitable pitch decks. Lastly, there’s Equity, TechCrunch’s long-running, Webby-award-winning podcast targeted on enterprise capital and the newest startup information, hosted by Natasha, Mary Ann and Alex.
And in case you are extra into the written over the spoken phrase, effectively we have newsletters on the above matters as effectively.
The TechCrunch Podcast
Episode 3: Why do folks hold giving Adam Neumann cash? And different TechCrunch information
Welcome again to The TechCrunch Podcast, the place you’ll hear all the pieces you must know in regards to the week’s prime tales in tech from the individuals who wrote them. This week our host, Managing Editor Darrell Etherington, talks with Natasha Mascarenhas in regards to the ongoing tech layoffs, Anita Ramaswamy about WeWork founder Adam Neumann shifting into the crypto area with backing from a16z, and Devin Coldewey about AI-generated pictures. Plus a rundown of the week’s prime information on TechCrunch.
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The TechCrunch Dwell Podcast
Episode 6: How Olive pivoted 27 instances on its approach to be value $4 billion
Olive is a homegrown Columbus, Ohio unicorn; hear from the CEO and lead investor how the corporate was based and grew into an trade chief.
Sean Lane co-founded Olive in 2012, and signed on Chris Olsen from Drive Capital as the corporate’s first buyers. Now, almost 10 years later, Olive has raised $856.3 million on its approach to being a driving pressure in utilizing synthetic intelligence within the healthcare trade. However the firm’s path to success wasn’t a straight line. As CEO Sean Lane explains on this particular TechCrunch Dwell occasion, the corporate pivoted 27 instances earlier than discovering its present product market match.
Lane explains the technique behind altering an organization’s path and the emotional toil it takes on everybody concerned — from workers to executives to the buyers.
Wish to watch the panel: Here’s the YouTube video.
Episode 8: Out of doors Voices’ founder on scaling a brand new crypto startup in a downturn (with Ty Haney)
Welcome again, this week Lucas and Anita argue about Coinbase’s newest administration methods, whether or not Do Kwon being referred to as the brand new Bernie Madoff is a good comparability, and why the OnlyFans founder is the newest web2 entrepreneur pivoting to crypto.
Of their interview this week, Anita and Lucas chat with Ty Haney. Haney is the founding father of athleisure empire Out of doors Voices, although she’s just lately departed the corporate to start out a brand new effort round getting manufacturers to embrace NFTs. We chatted along with her about founding a crypto startup in a downturn, holding her firm well-capitalized and the way she pivoted from yoga pants to non-fungible tokens.
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Episode 60: Claire Coder, Aunt Circulate
Claire Coder, founder and CEO of Aunt Flow joined us on Discovered Dwell. Darrell, Jordan and Claire acquired into how she landed on a B2B mannequin for Aunt Circulate and the significance of free, accessible interval merchandise — which is one thing she typically has to coach potential buyers or prospects on. Claire additionally opened up about how she has grown as a pacesetter, realized to take heed to suggestions from her workforce, and improved the tradition at Aunt Circulate. And don’t overlook to hear from more founders from Columbus, Ohio.
Up subsequent on Found Live is WordPress founder Matt Mullenweg.
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Episode 524: Sheryl Sandberg, Substack and the artwork of nonetheless elevating cash for groceries
This was one other reside week from the Fairness crew, that means that the towering Mary Ann, the inimitable Natasha and the considerably fungible Alex had been all chatting in actual time, due to Grace and Julio having the script and tech in place to permit for it. And as we had been reside, we additionally wound up taking somewhat bit extra time per story than typical, which was good enjoyable.
What did we get into? A lot:
- The tip of an period: Sandberg steps down from Meta COO function.
- Offers of the Week: Affirm ties up with Stripe, Felt raises $15 million for maps, and Astro proves that fast grocery supply remains to be a factor.
- A new fund is coming from an alum of Precursor Ventures, a agency that we’ve coated extensively on the podcast.
- The most recent from Substack, a startup that we almost all use, however marvel about from a valuations perspective.
- And we wrapped with notes from our latest spotlight on Columbus, Ohio!
Fairness is generally off subsequent week, that means no Monday present, and a few pre-taped stuff the remainder of the week. We’re going to breathe, and are available again recharged. Hugs, and chat quickly!
Episode 523: How buyers are taking part in offense proper now (their phrases, our two cents)
Good day and welcome again to Equity, a podcast in regards to the enterprise of startups, the place we unpack the numbers and nuance behind the headlines.
That is our Wednesday present, the place we area of interest all the way down to a single subject, take into consideration a query and unpack the remainder. This week, we’re attempting one thing new. Natasha spent chunk of final week on the All Elevate VC summit, an annual off-the-record occasion that brings collectively a number of the greatest and brightest within the funding neighborhood. After the summit, she sat down with Mandela SH Dixon — All Raise’s new CEO — to unpack what occurred, and talk about how at this time’s altering enterprise capital market will influence various founders.
The primary half of this episode is a dialog between Natasha and Mandela, after which we’ll convey on Alex and switch to some on-the-ground clips from the summit. Sound bytes from Freestyle’s Jenny Lefcourt, January Ventures’ Jennifer Neundorfer, Rethink Impact’s Heidi Patel and Union Square Ventures’ Rebecca Kaden will get the traditional Fairness therapy. Or, put in another way, Alex and Natasha will react to prime buyers speaking about their recreation plans for the subsequent market cycle. It’s enjoyable!
Episode 522: Quicker ML fashions, crypto M&A, and what’s forward for on-demand pricing
It’s Monday, which signifies that Alex and Grace had been again as a workforce to cowl the largest, boldest and baddest expertise information. We’re as soon as once more again together with your weekly kickoff! Right here’s what we acquired into:
- Extra on the potential M&A growth this week, in mild of this recent CNBC piece that acquired my thoughts turning. Certain, that is kinda like the CVC story we’ve been tracking however a bit extra targeted.
- China’s enterprise capital market is taking body-blows, albeit from latest highs. Nonetheless, it’s greater than simple to trace the nation’s regulatory crackdown to falling enterprise capital exercise.
- Strong Compute raised money, highlighting the truth that early-stage firms can nonetheless increase, and that there might be enormous unlocks coming in ML mannequin coaching. Which might be good for all of us.
- And is on-demand pricing on the best way out? Issues aren’t looking good for the mannequin that after challenged the incumbency of SaaS.
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