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  • Dealtale


    What did Dealtale do? Dealtale was a Revenue Science platform that helped marketing, sales, and customer success teams analyze their customers’ journeys at scale. Its proprietary technology and platform collected, analyzed, optimized, and monitored all customer touchpoints, streamlined them into one customer data center, and allowed users to create data-driven, customer-centric revenue processes. Dealtale raised […]

  • Panther


    What did Panther do? Panther was a contractor management tool designed to help businesses build remote teams. It took care of global payroll, benefits, taxes, compliance, and more for remote workers. Panther’s platform was designed to make it easy for businesses to manage their remote workforce. The platform provided a single place to manage all […]

  • Fab


    What did Fab do? Fab was an e-commerce website that sold home goods, furniture, and other lifestyle products. It was known for its unique business model, which involved offering limited-time deals on high-quality products. This model was successful in the early days of the company, as it created a sense of urgency and excitement among […]

  • Wyre


    What did Wyre do? Wyre was a leading infrastructure provider in the crypto space, offering a range of services to help individuals and businesses buy, sell, and store cryptocurrencies. They recently launched a new dashboard that provided instant access to test API keys to start building, making it easier for developers to get started. Wyre […]

  • Babylon Health

    Babylon Health

    What did Babylon Health do? Babylon Health is a digital-first health service provider that combines an artificial intelligence (AI) powered platform with virtual clinical operations for patients. Patients are connected with health care professionals through their web and mobile application. Babylon Health makes money by taking on medical risk for its members, looking for cost […]

  • Clockwork


    What did Clockwork do? Clockwork was a decentralized application (dApp) that operated on the Solana blockchain. The dApp was composed of a smart contract and a web application. The smart contract was responsible for storing the state of the dApp, such as the list of scheduled tasks and the results of those tasks. The web […]

  • Yik Yak

    Yik Yak

    What did Yik Yak do? Yik Yak was a location-based social media app that allowed users to post anonymous messages, or “yaks,” within a 5-mile radius. Yik Yak quickly became popular among college students, who used it to share news, gossip, and jokes. However, Yik Yak was also criticized for its role in cyberbullying, harassment, […]

  • Airware


    Airware was a drone services company founded in 2011, raising $100 million in Series B funding. It ceased operations in 2018 due to lack of focus, difficult software, and competition from larger companies.

  • Next Step Living

    Next Step Living

    Next Step Living provided home energy assessments and solutions from 2008-2016, but faced competition and customer complaints, leading to its closure.

  • ReVision Optics

    ReVision Optics

    ReVision Optics was a medical device company founded in 1996 by Adrian Koppes and Alok Nigam. It developed and marketed the Raindrop Near Vision Inlay for presbyopia. It ceased operations in 2017 due to competition and lack of revenue.

  • Solyndra


    Solyndra was a solar energy company founded in 2005 that ceased operations in 2011. It used CIGS thin film solar cells and received a $535 million loan guarantee from the DOE. It failed due to higher production costs and weaker demand than expected.

  • MatterFab


    MatterFab was a 3D metal printer company founded in 2013 that ceased operations in 2019. It used SLM to create metal parts and was too expensive for many businesses. It struggled to raise money and faced management issues.

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