Category Archives: distribution

Nectar launches ultrasound-equipped pour spouts to save bar owners money

 Restaurants depend on the sale of alcoholic beverages for 60 percent of their revenue. This means that knowing what happens to liquor after it’s put on the shelf behind the bar is critically important to bar owners. Today, connected-device startup Nectar is launching a pour spout and stopper equipped with ultrasound technology to give bar owners eyes on this valuable inventory. To… Read More

Quantifying startup funding inequality for fun and profit

 Income inequality and disparity in resource distribution have drawn a lot of attention recently in the United States. Today, we’ll investigate a variation on the theme, exploring the distribution of a specific resource, venture capital funding, across a particular population, in this case, all U.S.-based technology companies founded in or after 2003 with at least one recorded funding round. Read More

Little Spoon is a baby food delivery service hoping to fly where others flopped

 Food delivery startups have proven to be a hard business – focus is often on growth more than profits, with high burn rates, low returns and they can be logistics nightmares. But nevermind all that, a new, more niche prepared meal delivery service seems to be popping up — for babies. Yumi (formerly Caer) announced its relaunch just last week; Gather, Ayesha Curry’s meal… Read More

Little Spoon is a baby food delivery service hoping to fly where others flopped

 Food delivery startups have proven to be a hard business – focus is often on growth more than profits, with high burn rates, low returns and they can be logistics nightmares. But nevermind all that, a new, more niche prepared meal delivery service seems to be popping up — for babies. Yumi (formerly Caer) announced its relaunch just last week; Gather, Ayesha Curry’s meal… Read More