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Daily Crunch: In its second markdown in 4 months, Invesco slashes Swiggy’s valuation to $5.5B
May 9, 2023

Daily Crunch: In its second markdown in 4 months, Invesco slashes Swiggy’s valuation to $5.5B

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Hello, and welcome to a new week. Haje is off today, so it’s just me and you going through the day’s biggest stories. Let’s hit it! — Christine

  • Price cut in aisle five: Invesco cuts Indian food delivery giant Swiggy’s valuation to $5.5 billion. In October, the valuation was cut to $8 billion. Manish writes, ‘The recent valuation reductions bring a fresh perspective to the effects of waning global market conditions on Indian startups’; where funding was down, valuations didn’t follow.
  • Bet paid off: Qualcomm acquires Autotalks, reportedly for $350 million to $400 million, to boost Snapdragon’s automotive safety technology. Ingrid writes that this deal didn’t come as much of a surprise, noting, ‘In the world of advanced automotive technology, safety has become one of the most important issues, but also one of the most lucrative opportunities, in the building of autonomous and driver-assisted systems.’
  • Don’t blink or you’ll miss it: Ingrid also wrote about Go1, which acquired Blinkist, a speed reading app, with plans to expand enterprise learning.

Startups and VC

When my husband and I bought our first house, we were eager to see builders break ground and get it built. Months later, we were still waiting in what the builder said was a municipality holdup — aka, permits weren’t being issued fast enough. After reporting on PermitFlow’s new $5.5 million round, I now know why this is a problem.

Meanwhile, Natasha M spoke to Mayfield’s Navin Chaddha about the VC firm’s new $955 million fund, writing that now that the firm is bigger — and busier— ‘the capital will be used to ramp up the firm’s investment cadence in a more realistic market. Chaddha also admits that Mayfield has missed out on a lot of opportunities because of high valuations, but that he’s okay with it.’

Now here’s four more for you:

NFX’s James Currier: Where unicorn ideas come from and why founders ‘have to keep pivoting’

Are you a seed-stage founder who’s building a unicorn?

NFX founding partner James Currier would like to save you some time: Startups that grow into billion-dollar companies have three basic forms of defensibility:

  • Network effects: Your product becomes more valuable as more people use it.
  • Embedding: Integrate your services so deeply, customers ‘cannot rip them out.’
  • Data loops: Gather, process and act on real-time data.

Three more from the TC+ team:

Big Tech Inc.

Hey, Twitter users, your follower count is about to drop, according to Elon Musk. Sarah reports that Twitter will purge old accounts that haven’t tweeted in a while. The good news is that you might be able to get a better username, depending on which account it is. Happy hunting! Also in bird news, Ivan writes that the social media giant is discussing a cheaper organizational verification plan.

We loved Connie‘s story over the weekend about a New York Times reporter’s close encounters with Elizabeth Holmes, who, left to her own devices, apparently can still suck people in.

And here’s four more for you:


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