All corporate backed for real world problems, please

Hello, and welcome back to Equity, a podcast about the startup business, where we unravel the numbers and nuances behind the headlines.

Mary Ann, Natasha And Alex wrap up another week of news full of change, and since we had the crew for one last talk, here’s what we got into:

  • Deals of the Week: Alex wanted to talk about the slowdown in tech companies, Natasha had notes on a range of new Mayfield funds, and Mary Ann brought Wellthy to the table.
  • Next, we discussed the pessimism in fintech, as it nears its peak, and how companies like Petal are still moving forward no matter the chop.
  • From there, we delved into AI, how it will impact certain creative work, and what it could mean for tech workers who are traditionally unorganized.
  • And we closed with a whole Natasha topic: Accelerators.

Before we sign off, we celebrated one last episode as a three as Natasha announces at the end of the show that her time with the podcast and MinRegion is coming to an end. We will miss her terribly, but are also her biggest fans and encourage her. You can follow her work and learn about her next gig on her free Substack or Twitter.

Equity will be back before you know it, but in the meantime, follow us on Twitter @EquityPod. And for the budding founders out there, don’t forget to sign up for the Startup Battlefield 200 cohort at MinRegion Disrupt 2023!

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All backed by companies for real world problems, please by Natasha Mascaren, originally published on MinRegion

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