Top finance and tech publications use Notice to help tell their most important stories about the world's largest private companies.
Employee liquidity isn't a myth, but it isn't easy to provide either
Notice.co CEO Tyson Hendricksen spoke at TechCrunch Disrupt about providing liquidity to startup employees through the secondary market. Tyson provided best practices on how to establish a formal liquidity program that can help startups attract and retain talent.
Fintech startup Ramp raises $300M at a 28% lower valuation of $5.8B
Fintech startup Ramp raised financing at a $5.8B valuation in August 2023, sharply lower than its $8.1B valuation in March 2022. TechCrunch cited the accuracy of Notice's private market pricing which correctly predicted the reduction in Ramp's valuation.
6 fintech investors sound off on AI, down rounds and what's ahead
TechCrunch used Notice to quantify the drop in Fintech private company valuations between 2021 and 2023, and to predict a large increase in down rounds in the Fintech sector starting in 2023.
Fintech Valuations have fallen. Where do they go from here?
Fintech startup valuations have fallen significantly over the last two years. TechCrunch+ used Notice data and insights to profile the sector.
For Top VCs, ByteDance's Historic Windfall Remains A $220 Billion Mirage
ByteDance secondary trades at a stand-still while TikTok politics play out. Forbes used Notice to analyze private market activity of the world's most valuable startup.
Secondary market trackers are lighting up a traditionally dark deal environment
TechCrunch+ highlighted the Notice platform and our mission to help employees and investors understand the current value of their startups in the secondary market.
Forbes World's Billionaires List: The Richest in 2023
Nearly half of all billionaires are poorer than they were a year ago. Forbes used Notice Price to mark down the billionaire's private company investments.
Sequoia and Andreessen Horowitz invested more in fintech than any other sector in 2022
Fintech companies made up about 25% of the two VC's investments in 2022. TechCrunch used Notice Price to compare Klarna (private) with Affirm (public comparable).