Remote-first startups were still controversial in Silicon Valley when we launched Extra Crunch two years ago today. Back then, if you can recall, the rest of the world was not even sure how all those unicorns were going to do on the public markets.
Today, Silicon Valley resides on the cloud and is publicly traded. We’ve covered the stunning changes, and as we help founders navigate the path from idea to first check to IPO, we also tripled the number of Extra Crunch members.
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Now, as the world glimpses a brighter, post-pandemic future, we are doubling down on the news and analysis that’s helped many early-stage companies make better decisions.
As Extra Crunch enters its third year, we’re putting our foot on the gas so we can bring you more:
- Fresh analysis about today’s most dynamic tech industries.
- Surveys of top investors about trends in your sector.
- In-depth profiles of top companies from their earliest days.
- Expanded live programming.
We’ll also publish more articles with inside tips from industry experts to help you solve nonsoftware problems that face every company, like fundraising, growth and hiring, as well as deep dives into different industry sectors and pre-public companies.
We’re tying all of these efforts back in with the editorial coverage and event plans at TechCrunch. And to make this holistic approach truly successful, we’re ramping up efforts to engage and expand the Extra Crunch community.
In recent weeks, reporters and editors have appeared on Clubhouse and Discord to discuss their work with readers. We’re planning to expand this outreach, so stay tuned!
To show our appreciation for your support, we’re offering a 20% discount on two-year subscriptions through Monday, February 15 to celebrate our second anniversary. If you’re already a member, you can renew at a discount.
If you’re not a Extra Crunch member yet, we hope you’ll join us.
Gurupriyan is a Software Engineer and a technology enthusiast, he’s been working on the field for the last 10 years. Currently focusing on mobile app development and IoT.