Is this mansplaining? May 18, 2017 Newsletter Archive May 18, 2017 Share Is this mansplaining? on Facebook Share Is this mansplaining? on Twitter Share Is this mansplaining? on LinkedIn Share Is this mansplaining? via Email Newsletter Archive Ag tech market map. Disruptive technologies. Healthcare cybersecurity startups. Ok, startups. You win. Hi there, We’re not just for the 1%. Really. More on that below. I’m flying back from India so will be brief today. In good news, I’m flying United and haven’t had the cr^p beaten out of me yet. Farm fresh We identified more than 100 private companies in agriculture tech and categorized them into nine main categories, from farm management software to animal data to sensors, and more. First for everything We’re doing our first-ever caption contest. What is this a pie chart of? Leave your best (aka funniest) response on Twitter here. The winner gets a collector’s edition “Data > Opinion” t-shirt. Rules: 1. Only submit 1x 2. Be funny #Disruptive We put together a list of 31 disruptive technologies from the last two decades, from cloud computing technologies to lithium ion batteries to 3D printers (shown below), and more. Is this what folks refer to as mansplaining? Thank you Technically Correct Man. Securing healthcare We put together a list of cybersecurity companies focused primarily on protecting healthcare data. For a list of the companies mentioned, check out the cybersecurity Collection on our platform using #healthcare. Alright With tickets averaging $2500 for The Future of Fintech Conference, we’ve heard from lots of early-stage startups that our pricing is a bit too oriented for the 1%. So here’s the deal. If you’ve raised < $2.5M total, we’re opening up 10 early-stage startup ticket pairs. That means you’ll get 2 tickets for $1990 ($995 per ticket). Apply here by Tuesday, May 23rd. Admissions are on a rolling basis so apply early. It’ll take 30 seconds to fill out. Mr. Marketer Such a compelling pie chart. Thanks to Dan Rosenthal of Manulife/John Hancock for this piece of art. E-commerce going up We analyzed deal and dollar trends on an annual and quarterly basis to the global private e-commerce sector. In Q1’17, e-commerce startups raised nearly $4.8B across 190 deals. Industry Standard CB Insights data is the most trusted by those in the industry and the media. A few recent hits. New York Times. Michael J. de la Merced (@m_delamerced) reports on CrowdStrike’s latest round of financing and refers to CB Insights cybersecurity funding trends. Bloomberg. Julie Verhage (@julieverhage) writes about online lending startup Earnest and cites CB Insights funding data. Fast Company. Ruth Reader (@ruthreader) on what happens if autonomous cars scale with a reference to CB Insights’ guest post by Paul Asel. Forbes. Chloe Sorvino (@chloesorvino) writes about the beauty industry and cites CB Insights acquisition data. I love you. Anand@asanwal P.S. Apply for an early-stage startup ticket (2 for $1990) for The Future of Fintech here.