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Founded in 2006, VentureBeat is the leading source for news, events, groundbreaking research and perspective on technology innovation. All of our content and events provide deep context to help executives, entrepreneurs, and tech enthusiasts make smart decisions. We aim to inform, connect and inspire.

Whether you come for the articles, read our newsletters, attend our events, or consume our research, you will emerge from VentureBeat with new knowledge, perspective, influences, and connections.

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Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
San Francisco, US
Founded
2006
Size (employees)
137 (est)-1%
VentureBeat was founded in 2006 and is headquartered in San Francisco, US

Key People/Management at VentureBeat

Matt Marshall

Matt Marshall

Founder, Editor
Dean Takahashi

Dean Takahashi

Lead Writer for Gamesbeat
Jeffrey Grubb

Jeffrey Grubb

Writer
Barry Levine

Barry Levine

Senior Writer
Chris O'Brien

Chris O'Brien

European Correspondent
Jordan Novet

Jordan Novet

Staff Writer
Ruth Reader

Ruth Reader

Reporter
Paul Sawers

Paul Sawers

European Correspondent
Mark Sullivan

Mark Sullivan

Writer
Harrison Weber

Harrison Weber

News Editor
Jason Wilson

Jason Wilson

Managing Editor, GamesBeat

VentureBeat Office Locations

VentureBeat has an office in San Francisco
San Francisco, US (HQ)
22 Battery Street
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VentureBeat Financials and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

2006

Total Funding

$3.6 m

Latest funding size

$3.3 m

Time since last funding

over 3 years

Investors

VentureBeat's latest funding round in July 2014 was reported to be $3.3 m. In total, VentureBeat has raised $3.6 m

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The Iowan Project wants to identify skilled tech workers who have left the state

A lot of young professionals dream of leaving their hometowns after graduating high school or college in search of broader career opportunities or new lifestyles. It seems like an inevitable thing. However, it’s also a problem for states like Iowa that are losing valuable tech talent to other ecosys…

Nebraska considers blockchain and cryptocurrency legislation

Four pieces of legislation concerning blockchain technology have been introduced in the Nebraska legislature already this year, three of which were debated in committee this week. Proponents of these bills say they will help to protect consumers while making Nebraska a national leader in the blockch…

Paige.ai raises $25 million for cancer detection powered by computer vision

Health care startup Paige.ai today announced it has raised $25 million to continue its work in cancer diagnosis with help from computer vision trained with clinical imaging data. Datasets relating to treatment and genomics will also be included in the company’s deep learning models. Initial work by …

Addressing pay inequality before it’s too late

SPONSORED: Presented by TriNet Keeping up with ongoing changes in federal, state, and local regulations is one of the toughest parts of running a young, fast-growing company. Navigating the complex framework of laws and guidelines isn’t high on any entrepreneur’s list. The specter of increased regul…

What cities with fast-growing tech companies have in common

In order to build a strong regional economy, it’s not enough for city and state leaders to simply vocalize their support for local businesses. They also have to find ways to create an environment where those local businesses can grow and add a lot of jobs quickly. A new report from the Brookings Ins…
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