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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.

Research: Our Insights offer timely analysis, perspective and context from analysts and industry insiders linking executives to timely insights.

News: Run by a team of experienced journalists, VentureBeat covers a range of technology trends — from social to mobile, small business to enterprise, health tech, cloud, games, and more.

Events: Whether a small Roadshow, an invite only Summit or a larger Beat, our events are always authentic, unique, in-person experiences formed around innovative products, discussions, and ideas.

Led by founder and CEO Matt Marshall, Editor-in-Chief Dylan Tweney, and a team of experienced journalists, VentureBeat covers a range of technology trends — from social to mobile, small business to enterprise, health tech, cloud, games, and more.
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Employees (est.) (Sep 2019)143

Key People/Management at VentureBeat

Matt Marshall

Matt Marshall

Founder, Editor
Dean Takahashi

Dean Takahashi

Lead Writer for Gamesbeat
Jeffrey Grubb

Jeffrey Grubb

Barry Levine

Barry Levine

Senior Writer
Chris OBrien

Chris OBrien

European Correspondent
Jordan Novet

Jordan Novet

Staff Writer
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VentureBeat Office Locations

VentureBeat has an office in San Francisco
San Francisco, US (HQ)
500 Sansome St #404, San Francisco
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VentureBeat Financials and Metrics

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VentureBeat total Funding

$3.6 m

VentureBeat latest funding size

$3.30 m

Time since last funding

5 years ago

VentureBeat 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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VentureBeat News and Updates

VentureBeat is looking for an AI event content leader

VentureBeat is seeking a Head of Events Content to curate content for our expanding events focused on artificial intelligence.

VentureBeat announces the Women in AI award nominees

VentureBeat is pleased to announce its first ever Women in AI Awards at Transform 2019, honoring the changemakers in the field of artificial intelligence.

Announcing the inaugural VentureBeat AI Innovation Awards

To cap off Transform 2019, July 10+11 in San Francisco, VentureBeat will recognize and award emergent, compelling, and influential work in AI.

VentureBeat is looking for a Head of AI Events Content

VentureBeat is seeking a leader to head up content for our events on artificial intelligence, including Transform taking place July 10 to July 11.

VentureBeat is looking for an edge reporter

VentureBeat is looking for a skilled technology writer who can cover the emerging, red-hot area of the “edge.”

VentureBeat is looking to hire an account executive

VentureBeat is on the hunt for an Account Executive to help sell big, custom campaigns and integrated marketing solutions to leading business and tech brands.
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VentureBeat Blogs

Apple’s communications VP exits without a permanent replacement

Apple's communications chief Steve Dowling is leaving the company after 16 years, and the company hasn't yet identified a replacement.

Xcode reveals Apple S5 chip is a rebadged S4, iPhone 11s have 4GB RAM

Apple's developer tool has revealed some subtle chip-level changes to this year's Apple Watch, iPhones, and entry-level iPad.

Planet Zoo gets a closed beta on September 24

The following is a true zoo story. Planet Zoo will be holding a closed beta from September 24 to October 8 for people who have preordered it.

GitHub acquires Semmle to help developers spot code exploits

Microsoft-owned GitHub has acquired Semmle, a startup developing a novel code vulnerability solution, for an undisclosed amount.

Google rolls out Family Link per-app time limits and bonus time

Two new Family Link features Google announced earlier in the year are arriving on Android devices: per-app time limits and bonus time.

Call of Duty: Mobile launches October 1

Activision and Tencent will launch Call of Duty: Mobile on October 1 on both iOS and Android. It will launch globally, except in China.
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VentureBeat Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was VentureBeat founded?

    VentureBeat was founded in 2006.

  • Who are VentureBeat key executives?

    VentureBeat's key executives are Matt Marshall, Dean Takahashi and Jeffrey Grubb.

  • How many employees does VentureBeat have?

    VentureBeat has 143 employees.

  • Who are VentureBeat competitors?

    Competitors of VentureBeat include Recode, Engadget and Financial Times.

  • Where is VentureBeat headquarters?

    VentureBeat headquarters is located at 500 Sansome St #404, San Francisco, San Francisco.

  • Where are VentureBeat offices?

    VentureBeat has an office in San Francisco.

  • How many offices does VentureBeat have?

    VentureBeat has 1 office.