Startups are working to modernize laboratory research, pre-clinical development, recruitment, and many other aspects of the traditionally time- and resource-intensive clinical trials process.
Startups are leveraging new distribution models and technologies to transform the luxury sector, while retail experience remains a key focus for high-end brands.
A German discount grocer has its sights set on a $5B US expansion. If it fulfills those plans, Aldi will be the third-largest grocer in the US by store locations by 2022.
Network technology startups offer solutions to improve the efficiency, flexibility, security, and reliability of network infrastructure and systems.
Airbnb reimagined travel accommodation, creating a niche in the industry. Now it's expanding its inventory, targeting luxury and business travelers, and going up against Priceline, Expedia, and others. Its success will hinge on competing with these giants while retaining the identity that set it apart.
Startups are using AI, neuroscience, and more to help brands gather deeper insights directly from consumers.
Since its IPO, Square has grown its market cap by over $10B, using data from its core payments business to expand into loans, payroll, and more. As Square awaits the fate of its bank charter application, we analyze how its hiring, investments, M&A, and product development are informing its strategy ahead.
The emergence of edge-computing, the expansion of hybrid-cloud environments, and the proliferation of connected critical infrastructure are notable trends shaping the future of connected enterprise security.
We analyzed startups that have raised funding since 2016 to identify trending ingredients such as pea protein, spirulina, mushroom protein, and more.
The genomics startups on our map have collectively raised nearly $7B, and are transforming research, cancer treatments, and diagnostics, among other healthcare fields.