An IPO, a Series A Financing and fascinating founders continue to draw headlines from major news outlets for Ulu Ventures portfolio companies.
Zebit became the second Ulu Ventures portfolio company to extend a public offering, listing on the ASX.
Business Insider Australia listed Ulu Ventures in a piece that highlighted metro areas were Black and LatinX founders secure the most funding
Yahoo Finance profiled RealBlocks $7m Series A financing.
CBS This Morning called Ellevest CEO Sallie Krawcheck the “most powerful woman on Wall Street” interviewing her about the wage gap for women.
CNBC interviewed Ellevest CEO Sallie Krawcheck about tips for women to savw money by age 30.
Worth Magazine, as part of their Health and Wealth Summit interviewed Ellevest CEO Sallie Krawcheck about how to get Wall Street to be more inclusive.
Forbes profiled Ellevest as the “woman centric” robo advisor.
CNBC profiled Sofi’s launch of a credit card with cash back feature to pay off student debt.
Bloomberg profiled Genentech’s partnership with Genesis Therapeutics aimed AI drug discovery.
USA Today quoted Coding Dojo CEO Richard Wang in a piece about helping unemployed workers and the future of work.
MSN/Fox Business News interviewed Octant Bio CEO Sri Kosuri about a new UCLA COVID test with 95% reliability.
Zum & Tomo Credit
Inc. Magazine named 2 Ulupreneurs to their Top 100 Female Founders List, Zum CEO Ritu Naryan and Tomo Credit CEO Kristy Kim.
The World Economic Forum featured Buzz Solutions in piece about wildfires
Contxto profiled Rever and CEO Errette Dunn about the company’s pivot after COVID