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Hello and welcome to July Crunch for July 28, 2021. What a day. Duolingo became public. Algolia made a great start. Crypto prices have increased. And we are dealing with revenue reports from some of the biggest names in technology. If you like technology news, we have a post for you guys. let’s go! – Alex

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TechCrunch Top 3

  • Google needs a vaccine for office work. While technology workers have been working from home for the past year, they are not resolving issues that they do not want to return to, but Google is helping to reshape the work environment by requesting vaccinations for returnees. Which gives a complete and complete meaning. Vaccines are safe, and they protect the people around you. Stay tuned for more.
  • Algolia raises $ 150 million The search engine company is now richer than $ 150 million and worth $ 2.25 billion. The company does not share strong revenue numbers (BU), but reports that its annual recurring revenue (RR) grew by 180% last year. The company last reported By 2019, $ 110 million is estimated to be $ 500 million.
  • Duolingo goes public – The popular consumer EDTEC service bought the IPO last night for $ 102, which we felt was very good. Now the company is a little over $ 132 per share, this is the first day. Of course, EDT companies have taken a swing in China, but the US market seems to be making a profit now. That is good news for beginners in general.

Start / VC

  • Squire ensures that direct SaaS can be scaled Today’s Leopard Round is a square, offering industry-modified software to hairdressers. There are many such businesses, and therefore there may be many businesses to order a square. That seems to be the thesis behind the new $ 60 million round. According to TecCrunch, the company “operates more than 2,000 stores on three continents.”
  • This startup single use seeks to reduce plastic consumption: To be honest, you and I are a beautiful waste of the planet. We use plastics a lot, and often only once. Algrammo is going to shake that up by working with brands and providing refreshments for a variety of products. And now it has a capital of $ 8.5 million to continue following the vision.
  • Making numbers Gong.io is not the only startup selling technology. QuotaPath is another, and it only saved $ 21.3 million. At the start of TechCrunch, he developed a commission tracking solution for sales and revenue groups. In fact, it makes sense. Sales teams have equipment budgets, and sellers like to get paid. Connect bread, butter.
  • Seven hundred million dollars for battery recycling This is a company that wants to recycle battery production from Redwood Materials, a company currently worth $ 3.7 billion. And Used consumer batteries. He then pulls out the useful pieces and feeds them into production. If the economy works, this rocks.
  • Not just a Billionaire Club – Of course, Besso and Branson rocket trips have received a lot of media attention, but building rocket launch technology is not a problem for the population. Many companies are working on it, including Isar Aerospace, which closed a $ 75 million round. The capital comes after the company raised $ 91 million last December. The new capital is an extension of that round. ISAR rockets can carry up to 1,000 kilograms to the Earth’s orbit.
  • Remember that $ 100 million MMM round? For discussion, we found the founder of Equity Podcast. Listen!

Why do I have everyone in my company as CEO for one day?

In the reality TV series “Hidden Boss,” high-powered executives disguise themselves as co-workers to learn from them.

By copying that script, software company Vincent USA has a “Chief Executive of the Day” program where employees can log into the office for 24 hours and receive a very real unlimited budget. There is only one requirement.

“The general manager must make a lasting decision that will help improve the work experience of Wincht’s employees,” said Villech Hotutu, founder and general manager of Winchit.

Since its inception, Winchit USA has seen a number of awards in the workplace culture and has seen a reduction in staffing.

“Although he looks crazy, his motivation is tenfold,” says Hutu.

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Big Tech Inc.

Our largest technology news list today has two sections. The first is our usual personal collection. Then we have everything you need from the latest revenue reports.

  • Walmart is making e-commerce tools available in general: Amazon e-commerce competitor Walmarart is working with Adobe to integrate “Walmart market access, as well as various online and in-store finishes and installation technologies into the Adobe business platform.” Walmart, along with Shopify and BigCommerce, are among the companies lagging behind in the Amazon-only world.
  • Snapchat adds private spaces to the map function: Snap’s Snapchat product has recently driven strong revenue for the parent company. He announced today that he will bring something called “My Gaps” to the map device. What does that do for users? TechCrunch reports that the feature allows users to save their favorite places, share them with friends, and get advice on other destinations.
  • Twitter logs into e-commerce: Here’s a look at today’s launch of the “Shop Module” pilot that allows people to sell items from their profiles. Of course, Twitter is also getting into subscriptions and live audio and waiting for it to not build a DM search, and now it’s going to be a mix of Etsy and Amazon!

Now, to the revenue.

Buy oppressed income estimates this morning, just like Microsoft and Apple did yesterday afternoon. Today, all companies are rewarded by seeing their stock prices fall. why? Government-market investors seem to have bought the stock price on their share price. The good news is that they often have a cumulative value. The bad news is that the two companies are at the forefront of technology duplication.

Or it may not be. Letters are also able to compile estimates – as I write this – part of a value. In other news, Spotify advertising was a big quarter of the music and podcast world economy.

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