The popular dating and networking app Bumble revealed yesterday that it will be launching an investment fund for female-founded startups. Today, we’re launching Bumble Fund – focusing on early-stage investments, primarily in businesses founded and led by women of color and those from underrepresented groups. 🙌 #BeTheCEO https://t.co/euOkG10zVy — Bumble (@bumble) August 15, 2018 This comes after a recent study by Boston Consulting Group (BCG) and Mass Challenger, a network of startup accelerators, found that when women applied for investment, they received less funding compared to the average male founder, but made double the revenue. However, this hasn’t stopped the growth of the staggering… This story continues at The Next Web
Donut County is an adorable game where you play a hole in the ground. Minimalistic though that may sound, it’s neither easy to make — nor does it have a simple message to convey. Developer Ben Esposito has teamed up with publisher Annapurna Interactive to launch the title on PC, PlayStation 4, and iOS on […]
KUALA LUMPUR: While Maybank Investment Bank Research is encouraged that Astro Malaysia Bhd is evolving with the times, it is unsure how well Ultra High Definition (UHD) content will be taken up, given the competitive operating environment.