Hendri Wigunah

Hendri Wigunah

Startup Founder & Millenial Entrepreneur

Squad’s screen-shares and Slack’s swastika – TechCrunch

We’re three weeks into January. We’ve recovered from our CES hangover and, hopefully, from the CES flu. We’ve started writing the correct year, 2019, not 2018. Venture capitalists have gone full steam ahead with fundraising efforts, several startups have closed multi-hundred million dollar rounds, a virtual influencer raised equity funding and yet, all anyone wants to talk… Continue reading

Pro.com lands Redfin as an investor and potential partner in $33M round as it aims to revolutionize general contracting – GeekWire

Pro.com CEO Matt Williams. (Pro.com Photo) Pro.com — the Seattle startup that aims to transform the general contractor industry — had a pretty good 2018, and 2019 could be even bigger with expansion on the horizon and the potential of an interesting pilot partnership with the company’s newest investor Redfin. Pro.com announced today that it… Continue reading

Remarkably targets commercial real estate with marketing tech – GeekWire

Remarkably co-founders Anna-Lea Dieringer and Erina Malarkey. (Remarkably Photo) When Erina Malarkey looks at how commercial real estate stakeholders are spending money on marketing efforts, she’s in disbelief. “You have the largest asset class in the world and it currently has one of the most unsophisticated marketing and analytics functions,” she said in an interview… Continue reading

Madrona promotes Hope Cochran, who becomes first female managing director at Seattle VC firm – GeekWire

Madrona managing directors, from left to right: Tom Alberg, S. “Soma” Somasegar, Scott Jacobson, Matt McIlwain, Tim Porter, Hope Cochran, and Len Jordan. (Paul Goodrich is Madrona’s other managing director) (Madrona Photo) For the first time in its 23-year history, Madrona Venture Group has a female managing director. Hope Cochran. (Madrona Photo) The Seattle-based venture… Continue reading

Smartsheet makes its 2nd acquisition, swooping up Seattle-based creative production platform Slope – GeekWire

Slope co-founders Brian Bosché and Dan Bloom at GeekWire Startup Day 2016. (GeekWire File Photo) Smartsheet didn’t have to go far to make its second acquisition. The Bellevue, Wash.-based publicly-traded work collaboration software company has swooped up Slope, a small Seattle startup founded in 2014 that helps companies manage the creative project production process. Financial… Continue reading