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Gatsby, website-building startup backed by Index Ventures, raises $28 million

  • Forbes
  • this week
  • Berkeley-based Gatsby, which launched a platform last year to provide a suite of tools for website and app development, raised $28 million in a recent series B funding round led by Index Ventures. CRV and Trinity Ventures also joined.
  • Gatsby’s website- and app-building platform offers a cross-section of products that span those offered by Squarespace or Wix — which require no knowledge of coding or development — to more complex developer-focused platforms offered by Wordpress, Google, Amazon and Microsoft.
  • CEO and co-founder Kyle Mathews would not disclose Gatsby’s revenue figures, and says the firm is focused on growth and is not profitable. Looking even further ahead, Mathews says Gatsby aims to become the backbone for 10% of websites and apps by 2030.
Gatsby, website-building startup backed by Index Ventures, raises $28 million

How a 20-year-old convinced Facebook's former security chief to invest in his data privacy start-up

  • CNBC
  • 1 week ago
  • At 19 years of age, Irish entrepreneur Shane Curran managed to raise over $3 million in seed funding last year from the likes of Sequoia Capital and Kleiner Perkins, household names in Silicon Valley.
  • Evervault, his data privacy start-up, now counts Facebook’s former chief security officer, Alex Stamos, as a backer. Stamos participated in a $16 million investment round announced by the company on Thursday.
  • The deal was led by Index Ventures and also backed by Sequoia Capital, Kleiner Perkins and Frontline Ventures. The firm has now raised more than $19 million just under two years since it was founded, despite not yet having a product that’s commercially available.
  • Explaining how he managed to convince Stamos to invest, Curran said the computer scientist was won over by Evervault’s fundamental premise: that privacy should be built into every company’s app from the get-go, rather than discarded as an afterthought for their compliance teams to deal with.
How a 20-year-old convinced Facebook's former security chief to invest in his data privacy start-up

Headless CMS company Strapi raises another $10 million

  • TechCrunch
  • 1 week ago
  • Strapi, the company behind the popular open-source headless CMS also called Strapi, has raised a $10 million Series A round led by Index Ventures.
  • Strapi is a headless content management system, which means that the back end and the front end operate totally separately. You can run Strapi on your own server and write content and pages for your site by connecting to Strapi’s admin interface.
Headless CMS company Strapi raises another $10 million

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