Pando

June 2012

  1. By Farhad Manjoo , written on

    From the News desk

  2. Video Chat Is Anyone's to Win, and Investors Are Acting Accordingly

    The startup community, as a whole, will probably fall into a deep, impenetrable insanity if one more service claims to be the "Instagram of video." Startups have reaped the benefits of working in the video communications market by raising money at ridiculously high valuations and declaring themselves to be the next big thing.

    By Nathaniel Mott , written on

    From the News desk

  3. Vidmaker, a TechStars Cloud Company, Raises Angel Round

    Vidmaker, a TechStars Cloud company based in Madison, WI, has raised an angel round of funding worth $652,260, according to an SEC filing. The company previously collected $118,000 from TechStars Cloud, which, of TechStars' five franchises, is the only one focused on a theme rather than a city.

    By Erin Griffith , written on

    From the News desk

  4. JOBS Act Tangled in Red Tape, Coming 2014 at the Earliest

    It was naive to think that the startup world could change the financial industry as quickly as it wanted to.

    By Trevor Gilbert , written on

    From the News desk

  5. CelebJuicer: The Big Data Company TMZ Interns Dream About

    "Hey, my new show airs tomorrow, and I hear we're in the same time slot. I've always dreamed of sharing a night with you…"

    By Sophia Horowitz , written on

    From the News desk

  6. PandoList: Innovators Beyond City Limits

    Last week we had the chance to go beyond the limits of Silicon Valley, off the Bay Area grid, and into Chico, California. Yep, there's tech happening in Chico, a lot of it, and it's innovative, interesting, and useful. The Sierra Nevada Innovation Challenge was last Thursday, and we got to pick out companies that would probably never get a second glance at any other demo day. All five of the companies we profiled are amazing.

    By Amanda Schwab , written on

    From the News desk

  7. Vegas Startup Weekend and Crowdfunder Put $500k Up for Grabs

    There’s a crowd gathering in Las Vegas, and it has nothing to do with showgirls, performing tigers, or the world’s largest pool party. Thanks to a $350 million investment from resident sugar daddy and lead cheerleader Tony Hsieh, the Downtown Project is revitalizing a part of the Sin City that couldn’t be more different from “the Strip.”

    By Michael Carney , written on

    From the News desk

  8. IPO looming, Karmaloop Skips Trendy Ecommerce Shortcuts for Smart, Fun Marketing

    Ecommerce veteran Karmaloop is learning some new tricks. The 12-year-old streetwear company is on pace to do $200 million in revenue this year ahead of a possible 2013 IPO, and it got there by not jumping on ecommerce fads like daily deals, celebrity founders, or monthly “stuff in a box” plans. Instead, it’s stuck to what it knows: great merchandising, speaking the language of its customers, and damn good marketing. This week, Karmaloop has put together one of the smartest viral marketing campaigns I’ve seen in a while.

    By Michael Carney , written on

    From the News desk

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