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UK’s Oxford Quantum Circuits snaps up $47M for quantum-computing-as-a-service


Quantum computing has been making quantum leaps of progress in the last several years — going from theoretical concept to multiple testing environments, to help organizations prep for a time when quantum computers, and their unparalleled processing power, become a scaled reality.

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Remove that ‘exit strategy’ slide from your pitch deck


A lot of pitch decks I review have a slide that really shouldn’t be there: the exit strategy slide.

Happy 4th of July: Think Independently!


Every 4th of July I like to reflect on what it means to be independent. Today I wrote nearly an entire post on production independence, starting with energy independence. But I have decided to post that another day because there is a different type of independence that I have decided is more important at this particular moment in time: independent thinking.

The 5 Stages of Account-Based Marketing — and How to Win Them All

Successfully complete the five stages of ABM: define, identify, engage, convert, and connect. We’ll show you how to create a unified system with your sales team to help them land more qualified opportunities and connect with prospects like never before.

MarketWolf is a trading-first platform for new investors


Live in India, Singapore-based MarketWolf has plans to introduce stock trading to first-time investors in more markets. The platform announced today it has raised $10 million in Series A funding led by Singaporean venture capital firm Jungle Ventures and Mumbai-based Dream Capital.

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Ultrahuman busts out a smart ring to decode metabolic health


Indian fitness platform Ultrahuman is expanding its wearable portfolio by launching a smart ring to boost its ability to provide tech loving ‘biohackers’ — and, it hopes, health-concerned Boomers — with more insightful metabolic insights.

Why You Should Shop at Your Farmers Market


On this segment of “The Pre W. Smith Show,” host Jeff Sloan talks about the importance of shopping at farmers markets based on a USA Today article by Rhonda Abrams. Listen to the conversation on the Great Voice.


FTX policy exec says its ‘priorities have not changed’ amid market madness


As the crypto markets continue to trend downward, the world’s second-largest crypto exchange, FTX, remains undeterred. “Our priorities have not changed,” Mark Wetjen, head of policy and regulatory strategy at FTX, told TechCrunch.

How Do Digital Payments & Cryptoassets Benefit Small Businesses?


Small businesses are the backbone of any economy. They are. Read more. The post How Do Digital Payments & Cryptoassets Benefit Small Businesses? appeared first on Feedough. Featured


The Ultimate Guide to Executive Recruiting

Sourcing the right executive candidates and filling key managerial roles in an organization can be difficult, even in the best of times. Download this eBook to level up your discovery process, talent sourcing, and strategies for reaching your best-fit candidates.

Just how wrong were those 2021 valuations?


Happy Monday. It’s Independence Day here in the United States, which means that much of TechCrunch is on holiday. But as last week came to a close, several important pieces of data dropped that are worth our consideration. Let’s not let that opportunity pass, day off or not.

[Superpedestrian in CT Insider] With e-scooters popping up in CT, are the state’s streets safe enough for them?


Electric scooters in the United States were nowhere, and then they were everywhere all at once. Read more here. The post [Superpedestrian in CT Insider] With e-scooters popping up in CT, are the state’s streets safe enough for them? appeared first on OurCrowd Blog.


[Brodmann17 in AI Magazine] How Brodmann17 uses AI to improve connected car safety


Founded in 2016, Brodmann17 was created by a group of deep learning, computer vision and edge AI experts who wanted to bring ‘uncompromising AI’ to the edge and everyday applications. Read more here.