Good morning and welcome back to TechCrunch’s Equity MondayA friendly start for your week.
Regular stock issues still fall every Friday morning, so if you’ve been listening to the show for many years, don’t worry – we are only adding to the mix. You can catch the show last week with Danny Crichton and Natasha Mascarenhas correctly here if you haven’t,
Unlike a few weeks when the flow of news and thoughts on the weekend does not go away, our recent interlude was filled with things to talk about:
- Sequoia China and Starbucks bindingThis is especially noticeable after the story of Luckin Coffee crashed to Earth.
- a survey on UK startups showed cracks in the largest European startup market, measured by VC activity.
- This is the earnings week in which everyone, from Apple to Microsoft, reports alphabetically, Amazon, Facebook, Spotify, and Tesla. A belt for a busy week. It will be a lot, but it should help us understand what is happening in the stock market.
- Codota raised $ 12 millionand we think his product is tidy.
- new pre-sowing / sowing fund attracted 50 million euros of new capital, which is noticeable given the global economic downturn.
And finally this is an essay from the founder of the John Luttig Foundationwhich I urge you to read. This is what everyone is reading, and therefore you should do it, even if you do not want to. We talk about it on the show, but we read it anyway. If this is correct, we are waiting for big changes in the world of startups. Probably, or at least until a new leap in the diffusion of technologies or technological products occurs. (You can read more about the idea of slowing down SaaS here..)