The construction industry is often known as a tech lagger but recently, there has been increased attention to this vertical by the Venture Capital community. Construction tech funding increased 100% in 2021 hitting a record high of $2.1 billion and all signs show that 2022 will be even bigger. There
Gas prices are spiking, EV waitlists are overflowing, and customers’ frustrations over transportation are climbing. EV can solve many of today’s issues around transportation, but there are still infrastructure hurdles to overcome.
Hyperlogistics is an emerging industry that moves goods via a network of underground tubes. We spoke to Ben James, cofounder and CEO of hyperlogistics company Tubular Network, about how hyperlogistics offers a faster, cheaper, and automated way to get products where they need to go.
Companies are working to get their goods and service closer to customers, but there aren’t that many last mile spaces available. Proximity-as-a-Service businesses can solve that—and they have the potential to revolutionize the way we consume at the neighborhood and household level.
Differences in scale and pacing can make corporate-startup partnerships challenging. Professor Shameen Prashantham, author of Gorillas Can Dance, explains how corporations and startups can overcome their differences and work together effectively.
SHACK15, a global members community in Silicon Valley, offers a new kind of social space dedicated to entrepreneurship, community, and big ideas.
Corporate venture studios offer adjacent growth opportunities for companies—but they often encounter challenges with governance, culture, capital allocation, and talent. Here’s how to build a corporate venture studio that empowers entrepreneurs and their teams to thrive.