Coworking Is Popular, But VCs Have Already Chosen Their Favorite Spot
When looking at coworking from a venture capital perspective, it’s safe to say, for now, coworking is WeWork and WeWork is coworking.
Despite Tech Hurdles, VCs and Tech Giants Double Down on AI-Powered Virtual Assistants
If startups have it their way, my people won’t get in touch with your people; instead, your bots will get in touch with my bots. But are investors on board with this future?
Where Have All The Productivity Apps From Startups Gone?
While where we work may be changing, how we get work done still looks like the past—at least through the lense of Google and Microsoft’s productivity suite dominance.
Startups May Find Advantage If Giants Retreat From Remote Work
IBM employees have been telecommuting since the early 80’s, long before digital nomads or remote workers became commonplace. But after recent announcements from Big Blue that it would begin to “co-locate” its entire marketing department in an effort to foster innovation, its position as a leader in remote work is potentially on the wane.
Morning Report: Elevate IPO Debut Comes Under Expected Range
After its first failed attempt to IPO, this morning Elevate Credit priced its IPO at $6 per share, and started trading at $8 a share per Yahoo Finance. According to CNBC, the company is on track to raise $93 million from its debut.
Where The Slack Fund Stands In Building the Messaging Platform Of The Future
To understand what a Slack platform could look like for teams in the future, let’s look towards the bots and apps the popular messaging application has backed so far.
Remote Work Finds Foothold Among Startups Looking To Retain Cash
As part of our ongoing coverage into how startups are changing and adapting to the Future of Work, we’re taking a closer look at the startups that have embraced the remote work trend. First up, how many tech companies are remote work-oriented?