Vinehealth, Offering Digital Support For Cancer Patients And Saas For R&D, Gets $5.5M To Launch In The Us - [2021-12-02 J1Mu5Q]


Last chance to save $55 on passes to TC Sessions: Space 2021: Marquise Foster



Here today, gone tomorrow: The chance to keep $55 in your wallet disappears in mere hours. Buy your pass to TechCrunch Sessions: Space before 11:59 pm (PT) today. TC Sessions: Space dedicates two full days focused on the leading-edge technology, founders, cre…

MrBeast's 'Real Life Squid Game' and the price of viral stunts: Amanda Silberling



First, everyone was talking about “Squid Game,” the Korean psychological thriller that became Netflix’s biggest series launch ever, with 142 million viewers. Now, everyone’s talking about YouTuber MrBeast’s recreation of the show’s titular fight-to-the-death,…

First we SPAC, then we take down AWS: Alex Wilhelm



The plan is simple: First, we create a knockoff of a popular digital service. Second, we cry political persecution. Third, we raise a bunch of money with a SPAC. And then, we take on AWS.

Facebook Messenger is testing a new 'Split Payments' feature in the U.S.: Aisha Malik



Facebook Messenger announced today that it’s starting to test out a new “Split Payments” feature that introduces a way for users to share the cost of bills and expenses through the app. The company says the new feature is a “free and fast” way to handle finan…

Square's Better.com name Block is Butter-y smooth: Alex Wilhelm, Natasha Mascarenhas, Mary Ann Azevedo



Hello and welcome back to Equity, a podcast about the business of startups where we unpack the numbers and nuance behind the headlines. It’s Friday, which means the whole crew was aboard for this particular episode. We had Grace and Chris behind the scenes, a…

Vinehealth, offering digital support for cancer patients and SaaS for R&D, gets $5.5M to launch in the US: Natasha Lomas



Vinehealth, a 2018-founded, London-based digital health startup that’s built an app which offers personalized support for cancer patients while also making it easier to gather patient-reported outcome (PRO) data, including for drug development and clinical tr…

TechCrunch+ roundup: Singapore's fintech buzz, SaaS slump, amplified marketing strategies: Walter Thompson



Bret Taylor is on a roll: On Monday, he became the chair of Twitter’s board, and a day later, Salesforce made him its co-CEO and co-chair. Enterprise reporter Ron Miller looked back at Taylor’s career to better understand how a one-time Google product manager…

Why Pinduoduo is putting all its profit into agriculture: Rita Liao



For the past few years, Pinduoduo has been widely regarded as Alibaba’s strongest challenger. While Alibaba reported 863 million annual active consumers across its retail platforms in the twelve months ended September, Pinduoduo’s monthly active users exceede…

Umamicart bags $6M to deliver traditional Asian ingredients right to your home: Christine Hall



Umamicart aims to be a one-stop shop for home cooks, offering staple products and pantry essentials, recipe inspirations and occasion-specific kits.

Norrsken Foundation's hub opens in Rwanda, to house 1,000 entrepreneurs by next year: Tage Kene-Okafor



In 2019, Swedish coworking space and investment fund Norrsken Foundation announced the launch of its first entrepreneurship hub outside the Scandinavian nation in Rwanda. The center, located in Kigali, has finally opened up to the region, though it is happeni…



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