Hendri Wigunah

Hendri Wigunah

Startup Founder & Millenial Entrepreneur

Apollo raises $22M for its GraphQL platform – TechCrunch

Apollo, a San Francisco-based startup that provides a number of developer and operator tools and services around the GraphQL query language, today announced that it has raised a $22 million growth funding round co-led by Andreessen Horowitz and Matrix Partners. Existing investors Trinity Ventures and Webb Investment Network also participated in this round. Today, Apollo… Continue reading

Crane, a new early-stage London VC focused on ‘intelligent’ enterprise startups, raises $90M fund – TechCrunch

Crane Venture Partners, a newish London-based early-stage VC targeting what it calls “intelligent” enterprise startups, is officially outing today. Founded by Scott Sage and Krishna Visvanathan, who were both previously at DFJ Esprit, “Crane I” has had a second closing totalling $90 million, money the firm is investing in enterprise companies that are data-driven. Sage… Continue reading

Innovations in inclusive housing – TechCrunch

A look at hundreds of startups rebuilding affordable housing from the ground up Dan Wu is a privacy counsel and legal engineer at Immuta. He holds a JD from Harvard University, and is a PhD candidate for Social Policy and Sociology at The Harvard Kennedy School. More posts by this contributor Innovations in inclusive housing… Continue reading

Torch takes $10M to teach empathy to executives – TechCrunch

When everyone always tells you “yes,” you can become a monster. Leaders especially need honest feedback to grow. “If you look at rich people like Donald Trump and you neglect them, you get more Donald Trumps,” says Torch co-founder and CEO Cameron Yarbrough about our gruff president. His app wants to make executive coaching (a… Continue reading

Onfido, which verifies IDs using AI, nabs $50M from SoftBank, Salesforce, Microsoft and more – TechCrunch

Security breaches, where malicious hackers obtain snippets of information that then get used to impersonate individuals in order to gain access to individuals’ and businesses’ sensitive financial and other private information, have become par for the course in the world of digital services. More than 2.7 billion records were  breached in a single incident this year… Continue reading