For employers, finding strong millennial talent can be outright excruciating. What’s even more excruciating: finding those employers if you’re a young millennial. The early career hiring process is inefficient and widely detested by employers and candidates alike, despite the fact that millennials are the single largest...
Over the last decade, Salesforce has become the de facto CRM for many software companies. With this consolidation, the number of new sales productivity tools has increased rapidly. We’re seeing increased VC backing in the space, constant iteration on technology and often an over-investment in tools by sales leadership. ...
Trinity Ventures partner Gus Tai shares his experience with meditation and burnout in a blog post via Thrive Global, the new global hub for the conversation about well-being and performance created by Arianna Huffington.
Although the presidential election continues to dominate the news cycle these days, exciting tech deals are still getting done. On the heels of major exit announcements from our portfolio companies ServiceMax (pending acquisition by GE Digital) and TubeMogul (pending acquisition by Adobe), we have more big news from Trinity...
Earlier this month the ride-sharing world faced its first major shakeup when Uber announced that it would sell its China business to primary competitor Didi for an ownership stake of 18% in the combined China entity, valued at $35 billion, with Didi also buying a $1 billion stake in Uber.
You know that story about the guy looking for his keys below a streetlight? He doesn’t actually know where he lost them, but he knows “this is where the light is.”
Advances in information technology have generated enormous efficiencies in many industries.Yet in real estate, the largest industry of them all, innovation has lagged as agents and brokers have been slow to adopt new technologies.
Today one of our portfolio companies, ClearLeap announced it was acquired by IBM.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) is the undisputed leader in infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS). Historically, this meant focusing on low-level “building block” services such as object storage, scalable compute and caching.
"Impostor Syndrome" is what it sounds like-the feeling that you're a fraud, you're in over your head, and you're about to be found out.