Andreessen Horowitz has announced a $50 million investment in Buzzfeed.
“Its 100+ person tech team has created world-class systems for analytics, advertising, and content management. Engineers are 1st class citizens. Everything is built for mobile devices from the outset. Internet native formats like lists, tweets, pins, animated GIFs, etc. are treated as equals to older formats like photos, videos, and long form essays. BuzzFeed takes the internet and computer science seriously.”
Andreessen Horowitz Announces $50 Million Investment In BuzzFeed
Boy, how times have changed for the venture capital market over the last decade. Here are a few of the overriding trends (according to data collected by the National Venture Capital Association over the years): The number of VC firms has materially reduced The mix of VC firms has polarized away from the middle, […]
Short but useful summary of the state of VC and how it impacts early-stage companies.
What The Evolving VC Market Means For Startups Raising Capital
Event ticketing startup Eventbrite has raised a new round of funding at around $50 million, Fortune’s Dan Primack reports, which values the company at over $1..
Eventbrite valued at $1 billion. Wow.
Eventbrite Raises Around $50M At A Valuation North Of $1B, Fortune Reports | TechCrunch
San Francisco-based MuleSoft announced today that it has raised a $50 million round that was led by existing investors New Enterprise Associates and Lightspeed Venture Partners as well as new inves…
More money headed towards the enterprise space. Lots of focus lately on integration (SkyGiraffe, Zappier, etc.) as companies see the need to bring order to the chaos which is their (typically) complex IT environments (cloud or on-prem).
MuleSoft raises $50 mln