February 23, 2024

hello, welcome back faira podcast about the business of startups, where we unpack the numbers and nuance behind the headlines.

marianne, natasha and Alex We’re coming to the end of another news-filled week full of changes, and since we do have staff chatting for the last time, we’re into the following:

  • Deals of the week: Alex wants to talk about slowing growth in tech companies, Natasha has notes on a bunch of new Mayfield funds and Mary Ann brings Wellthy to the table.
  • Next, we discuss pessimism in fintech, if it’s nearing a peak, and how companies like Petal are still moving forward despite market volatility.
  • From there we delved into AI, how it will impact certain creative jobs, and what it means for traditionally unorganized tech workers.
  • We end with a very Natasha topic: Accelerators.

Before we wrap up, we celebrate the final three episodes as Natasha announces at the end of the show that her time on the podcast and on TechCrunch is coming to an end. We will miss her terribly, but we are also her biggest fans so rooting for her.You can follow her work and find out about her next show her free substack or Twitter.

Stocks will be back before you know it, but in the meantime, you can follow us on Twitter @EquityPod. For the early founders out there, don’t forget Apply for the Startup Battlefield 200 cohort At TechCrunch Disrupt 2023!

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Venture capital backs everything that solves real-world problems, by Natasha Mascarenhas Originally published on TechCrunch