TechCrunch is more than just a page of words. We’re also building a growing inventory of podcasts focused on the most critical topics related to the startup and venture capital world. To help you find the right show for your interests, we’ve put together our audio edition of the week.
Embedded below is the latest from chain reactionour standout crypto-focused podcast hosted by Luke and anita. You will find too Founda long piece of work that delves deep into the true story of the company’s founding, by Jordan and darrell. There is an audio only version of TechCrunch Live hosted by Frosted This is where founders and investors discuss successful pitch decks. Finally there is Equity capitalTechCrunch’s long-running, Webby-award-winning podcast focused on venture capital and the latest startup news, hosted by Natasha, Maria Ann and Alex.
And if you’re more into the written word than the spoken word, fine we have newsletters also on the topics mentioned above.
The TechCrunch Podcast
Episode 7: Crypto Community or Crumbling Cult? And other TC news
This week on the TechCrunch podcast, our host, Managing Editor Darrell Etherington, joins Jacquelyn Melinek to talk about the power and pitfalls of crypto communities, and Devin Coldewey on why Pornhub’s COO and CEO resigned at short notice. And as always, get a rundown of the week’s top news on TechCrunch.
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Other news of the week:
Episode 12: Doodle’s CEO on expanding her animated NFT empire (with Julian Holguin)
The TechCrunch Live Podcast
Episode 9: The CEO of Forethought AI explains the pitch deck won by Startup Battlefield at TechCrunch Disrupt 2018
TechCrunch Live records live weekly, every Wednesday at 3:00pm EDT / 12:00pm PDT.
Forethought AI won Startup Battlefield at TechCrunch Disrupt 2018. Since then, the company has raised two rounds of funding and is now a leader in human-centric artificial intelligence. During this live event, Dean Nicholas, CEO and co-founder of Forethought, and Vanessa Larco, NEA partner and Forethought board observer, spoke about the early days of the company. The two spoke at length about how Forethought launched its AI-based service amidst fierce competition and a booming tech industry.
Nicholas shared the pitch deck that helped the company win Startup Battlefield. He admits: The deck’s design isn’t pretty, but it worked in part due to some key slides around traction and partner.
Episode 64: Christine Tao, Soundboard
Christine Tao knows that good leaders have good executive coaches. She founded Sounding Board to make it easier for companies to manage, scale and measure leadership coaching on a unified platform. This week she talks to Darrell and Jordan about the difficulties she and her co-founder faced with fundraising and how they identified the type of customer that made scaling possible.
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Episode 526: Understand the not-so-small pressure of the 2022 term sheets
This is our Wednesday show where we focus on a single topic, ponder a question and unpack the rest. In this week, Natasha asked: What’s in the fine print for term sheets these days, and what does that tell us about who will be in charge during the downturn?
The question was inspired by a recent story from Becca Szkutak – one of TC’s newest venture reporters – about how contract terms look different in a downturn. Of course, that means we had to get Szkutak to talk about her story and engage in further analysis of how startup-friendliness is currently being challenged. Expect a tactical sequence around various terms that might sneak into term sheets, the cost-benefit analysis of each term, and why down rounds aren’t the end of the world.
Episode 533: Leverage, Red Flags, and a Changing Venture Landscape
Hello and welcome back to Equity capitala podcast about the business of startups, where we unpack the numbers and nuances behind the headlines.
Alex and Gracefulness are back to cover the biggest, boldest and baddest tech news. This week we are not recording on a Tuesday as it is a normal week. However we would add that Equity will be live on Thursday when we record our Friday episode. So if you wanted to come along, make sure to follow the show on Twitter.
So what did we experience this morning?
- Stocks are generally up, major cryptos not doing too much this morning and a coinbase downgrade caught our eye.
- is backstage capital lay off staff as it focuses on investing only in existing portfolio companies. With less capital than before goes to black foundersIt’s disappointing to see a fund focused on investing in underrepresented founders.
- That Strapi startup round It was fun to look at as we are merging open source technology and CMS, a tool we use quite a bit here at TechCrunch.
- And then there is The mess at Digital World Acquisition Corp., the SPAC, which wants to merge with former US President Trump’s digital media company. It has problems with the regulators.
- The chaos didn’t start there, however. 3AC is behind schedule (like Russia!), the BlockFi rescue contract had internal pushback, Klarna might only be worth $10 billion, MilkRun loses a lot of moneyand were Find out more about how India’s government is after Twitter.
So a great start to the week. we joke Chat soon!
Episode 532: All this startup news, and we haven’t even talked about Juul
Hello and welcome back to Equity capitalTechCrunch’s venture capital-focused podcast, where we unveil the numbers behind the headlines.
What did we come up with? A bevy of bubbling bromides, of course:
All in all it was a good time and we’ll be back on Monday!
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