Wed, Jul 28 DC | Michaela Althouse
It's the second round the D.C. company has raised since the spring, bringing the overall tally to $160 million raised since its launch last year. CEO Michael Chasen said the edtech company is looking to expand internationally. DC | Michaela Althouse
Founder Malachi Fuller is creating a free course called Hyyer Education. He's looking to offer resources for the creative side of entrepreneurship.
Tue, Jul 27 DC | Michaela Althouse
Plus, TEDCO announced grants for 45 Maryland businesses, and a SPAC from Revolution's Steve Case completed its first merger. DC | Karuga Koinange
Let’s see what’s on the menu for this week.
Mon, Jul 26 DC | Michaela Althouse
The Genome Project report says that about half of all education technology isn't being used correctly. Here's how the nonprofit plans to encourage more effective spending. DC | Michaela Althouse
The DNS content-filtering company sought a raise to continue the rapid growth it's seen over the past year. A largely remote org with local roots, it will be adding 80 positions by the end of 2021.
Fri, Jul 23 DC | Michaela Althouse
In the SPAC deal, the Tysons Corner company will once again be traded publicly. Cvent made its initial IPO in 2013, raising $135 million. DC | Michael Mascioni
With volumetric capture and holographic technology, the studio is working with clients across entertainment and business. Leaders see training as the future.
Thu, Jul 22 DC | Michaela Althouse
Amazon just opened its second tech-heavy grocery store in the DC region Thursday. It's tricked out with Just Walk Out tech that lets you—well, you get it. DC | Michaela Althouse
The company is offering a 15% discount for trips that start in Wards 7 and 8 in an attempt to make its transportation options more accessible. "We believe micromobility is a key component of equitable transportation systems," ...
Wed, Jul 21 DC | Michaela Althouse
Plus, Galata Acquisition raised $125M in its IPO and Anzu Partners launched a $130M investment fund — its third since 2017. DC | Michaela Althouse
Sherri Turpin, CEO of ZVRS and Purple Communications, breaks down "functional equivalence" for deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals in phone communications, and why a federal regulatory change can help achieve it.