the TechCrunch effect March 8, 2017 Newsletter Archive March 8, 2017 Share the TechCrunch effect on Facebook Share the TechCrunch effect on Twitter Share the TechCrunch effect on LinkedIn Share the TechCrunch effect via Email Newsletter Archive Femtech on the rise. Smart money in fintech. Pet tech startups. AI in sales. TechCrunch – Market Signal or Market Top? Hi there, My favorite graphic from Matt’s great LendIt presentation is this one on guest posts about insurance tech on TechCrunch. You can get his full report on the insurance tech space here. International Women’s Day From fertility solutions to reproductive healthcare to fertility monitoring devices, and more, here is a market map of startups focused specifically on women’s healthcare. The companies on our list have raised over $1.1B in total. Fin it to win it From 2015 to 2016, smart money VCs participated in 187 deals to fintech startups worth approximately $5.97B, ranging from areas such as insurance to payments technology to point-of-sale financing, and more. The top deal that included a smart money investor in 2016 went to Oscar Health Insurance. Worst email subject line ever The FW: Checkin In I’m a recruiter Every piece of this is terrible. Plus, he sent it 5x. Well done. Unleashed We identified over 70 pet tech startups and mapped them according to the 6 categories they’re operating in, from pet services to pet health to wearables, and more. Go iPhone go Apple revenue contribution over time by product. AI for sales We put together a list of 10 notable, early- to mid-stage (Series C or earlier) sales tech startups developing software platforms that specifically incorporate AI and machine learning. For the full list of sales tech startups, check out our Sales Tech Collection on our platform. The Industry Standard CB Insights data is the most trusted by those in the industry and the media. A few recent hits. Bloomberg Quint. Rebecca Penty (@rpenty) writes about disruption to the car insurance market and cites CB Insights funding data. Business Insider Australia. Tony Yoo (@tonyyooaus) on 5 things you need to know about Australian tech with a reference to CB Insights data on IPOs and acquisitions. American Journal of Transportation. A report on uShip’s latest Series D financing with a mention of CB Insights data on investment to logistics tech startups. Tech.co. Conor Cawley (@conorcawley) looks at the most well-funded startups in each state and refers to CB Insights research on top US tech startups. I love you. Anand @asanwal P.S. We’re diving deep into CVC trends tomorrow. Sign up for the briefing.