Following the company’s recently announced expansion into Canada, Bird Canada CEO Stewart Lyons spoke with Tech Daily about regulatory hurdles, Bird’s franchise-style business model, and why the company is moving to permanent workers over gig workers.
Now that the company is public, Lightspeed CEO and co-founder Dax Dasilva is more energized than ever. What some would consider an end unto itself – going public, cashing in, and bringing on more governance to help run the company – Dasilva says is just a stepping stone for the company to become a global acquirer and power player.
The user-generated gaming platform already sees 24 billion hours of play from 2 million users, a huge feat they’ve accomplished mostly in the past few years. With Luke’s Roblox game, players get to not only enjoy the challenges of the game, but they get to learn about mental health.
Connecting support with money, startup accelerator The Big Push and venture capital firm Disruption Ventures today announced a partnership to invest between $500,000 to $2 million in Seed or Series A rounds of women-led startups.
We’ve all had those experiences – the poor, disjointed conversations with retailers where they really have no idea as to what’s going on, leaving us ever so frustrated by missing simple conveniences we’ve come to expect. Customer expectations have greatly evolved and the customer of 2019 and forward demands much more than ever before.
The hallmark of Zoho’s 10-year-plus journey has been the fact that Zoho has not acquired a single piece of its technology, said LSP. The company has been “building frameworks” for years based on the vision of a fully integrated office in the cloud. This is also the anchor of Zoho’s big bet: that purpose-built technology will integrate faster and work better than Frankenstein-ed technology from acquisition.