GitLab's CEO says he's going public on November 18, 2020. Investors love it, pouring in $268 million at a $2.75 billion valuation.
Alex KonradGitLab, a DevOps leader with no office, just raised $268 million at a $2.75 billion valuation, more than double its valuation at its last funding one year ago.
Alex KonradGitLab CEO @sytses tells me his plan to go public specifically on November 18, 2020 was appealing to new investors in the $2.75B company: “Since we were clear about our ambition, that gave them extra faith that we will succeed.”
Artificial intelligence is infiltrating every industry, allowing vehicles to navigate without drivers, assisting doctors with medical diagnoses, and giving financial institutions more nuanced ways to predict risk. But for all the authentic use...
Alex KonradAwesome debut @forbes list here by @jillianiles of the top startups doing actual cool stuff in AI — not just tacking on AI to their pitch decks
Of the companies on the Forbes Cloud 100 class of 2018, no fewer than 17 graduated out of eligibility within just one year, including not just Slack’s hot IPO, but banner outcomes for Zoom, Eventbrite, PagerDuty, Qualtrics and Medallia.
Startup WalkMe helps employees figure out how to use the software eating their world with step-by-step instructions and intuitive reminders, a service that has boosted it onto the 2019 Forbes Cloud 100.
The flexibility of cloud-based computing has empowered entrepreneurs to remake industries, from shipping to how we communicate and our daily routine at the office. Among the 2019 Cloud 100 list honorees, here are seven shaking up the status quo.
UiPath recently garnered a $7 billion valuation by selling botsâblocks of code that automatically carry out repetitive tasks and known as ârobotic process automation,â or RPA. Companies are vying for RPA, and the demand has made Dines a...
Alex Konrad@Forbes@UiPath To get more of a sense of UiPath and Dines, I encourage you to watch this video put together by my great colleagues @Forbes, too -- I think it gives a real sense for what makes Dines unusual, and so worthwhile for study by any aspiring entrepreneur.
Q-CTRL, an Australian-based quantum computing software company that applies principles of control engineering to quantum hardware, announced Tuesday that it had raised a $15 million series A funding round led by Square Peg Capital.
The irony wasn’t lost on me Friday night: as I co-hosted the welcome reception for 100 of the most influential leaders of For(bes) The Culture, the newly-official Forbes Under 30 community of inclusion, a Twitterstorm emerged around our...
College dropout Trevor Milton is fixated on eliminating diesel pollution and has an audacious plan to shake up the trucking world with Nikola's hydrogen semis and fuel stations. The company's funding push has also turned him into a billionaire.
ThoughtSpot, a data analytics startup with searches as simple to use as Google, hit unicorn status with a $248 million funding round led by Lightspeed Ventures. The E series raised total funding to $554 million with a valuation of $1.95 billion,...
Alex KonradThoughtSpot is now valued just under $2 billion as its CEO tells @Immelty it is readying for an IPO