Early-stage financier Mayfield demonstrates how to scale up your biotech start-up at TC Early Stage in April

Early-stage financier Mayfield demonstrates how to scale up your biotech start-up at TC Early Stage in April

Founders in the earliest phases of startup life deal with a large learning curve. Simply some of the core competencies you need to lock down consist of how to raise VC funding, recruiting the best people, finding product-market fit and developing a killer go-to-market group. The list continues … and on. You’ll learn more about all those […] Simply some of the core proficiencies you require to lock down consist of how to raise VC funding, recruiting the ideal people, finding product-market fit and building a killer go-to-market team. These sessions will expose company-building insights from business owners, financiers, industry leaders and policymakers. …

Artificial biology start-ups are providing financiers a cravings

Artificial biology start-ups are providing financiers a cravings

There’s a growing wave of commercial activity from companies that are creating products utilizing brand-new biological engineering technologies. Maybe the most public (and tastiest) example of the pledge biomanufacturing holds is Impossible Foods. The meat replacement company whose ground plants (and bioengineered ingredients) taste like ground beef simply raised another $200 million earlier this […]…

Where leading VCs are buying health care B2B and infrastructure

Where leading VCs are buying health care B2B and infrastructure

Increasing healthcare costs, an aging population, suppressing policies and the intricacy of present-day technological offerings make the trillion-dollar healthcare market ripe for disturbance. Not just are we discovering innovative and brand-new methods to get medical aid, this worldwide pandemic has caused explosive development in telemedicine, health-tracking apps and digital devices– much of which […] We are only starting to see the efficiencies and brand-new capabilities opened up by getting the information organized and using modern techniques. I believe we are about to embark on a new period of open information in healthcare where we lastly resolve the longstanding mission for interoperability with personal privacy mediated by clients. I’m spending time on RPA and open data, which is the crucial to improving health care B2B/infrastructure (see above). If healthcare today is approximately 2x too expensive, getting information streaming is essential to eliminating most of that waste. …