We have our own point of view on the people, technologies, and conversations that will shape the future.
While navigating this exciting yet complex landscape may seem daunting for startups, lessons from past tech waves, along with a thoughtful, strategic approach, can help illuminate the path forward.
At Manifest 2023, Menlo’s Steve Sloane moderated a panel with top supply chain experts to discuss current trends and shifts within the industry, as well as their predictions for the future.
Supply chain is having a moment.
History may not repeat itself, but it often rhymes.
As we consider the post-COVID economy, we reflect on previous recessions to inform our predictions about how various asset classes and business models might perform.
We’re pleased to again invest in Observe.AI’s Series C round to fuel their next stage of development and product innovation.
After nearly two years of soaring valuation multiples for public cloud stocks, the law of financial gravity has returned in recent weeks.
Below the surface of the freight industry lies a fragmented relationship between shippers, brokers, and carriers that makes the very movement of goods throughout the United States incredibly complex.
Trucking is the backbone of America. And despite its critical hand in the supply chain, the $700 billion industry hinges on personnel, yet fails to offer drivers streamlined solutions for managing their operations.
Everywhere you look these days, companies, economists, and government officials are citing the ongoing supply chain issues that are present as the economy struggles to restart from the pandemic.
SPACs were seemingly everywhere—a previously esoteric financial strategy exploded into prominence in 2020 and 2021.
Insurtech has been hot—at least seven venture-backed insurers will have gone public since the second half of 2020.
The COVID-19 pandemic changed the world of benefits forever. Companies rethought the traditional office paradigm and re-evaluated the suite of benefits that provide a strong work experience for employees.
At Menlo, we’re focused on investing in companies that use technology to automate previously painful, manual processes.
I recently found myself wondering how venture returns correlate to public market performance during market turbulence.
Downturns are historically terrible for M&A, but there are reasons to believe that may not be the case during this recession. Markets have shown an unfortunate ability to accelerate deal...