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Mattermark Daily – Wednesday, June 4th

From the Investors

Adam Goulburn of Lux Capital reviews the trends in “Health Datapalooza: Rumblings & Ramblings

Hunter Walk of Homebrew sits down with Laserfiche to discuss the transition from an industrial-based economy to a technological one in “Three Questions with Hunter Walk on The Creative Economy

Angel Investor William Mougayar directs startups’ attention to messaging and position while achieving product-market fit in “Why You Don’t Need to Worry About Branding Until After Product

The Team at uAutoInsurance used Mattermark data to create a where-are-they-today report on the survivors of the Series A Crunch in “What Happened to SF Bay Area Startups After the Series A Crunch?

Tomasz Tunguz of Redpoint Ventures analyzes the costs of feature additions in “The Hidden Costs of Switching Products in the Consumer Web

From the Operators

Andrew Kortina of Venmo tells the story of vision to venture in “The Origins of Venmo

Jonathan Montagu of Nimbus opens his startup’s ops playbook on how to run a distributed business in “Biotech’s Virtual Reality

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