SAN FRANCISCO, Oct 24- Lantern, a technology startup that offers online and mobile coaching programs to support mental health, has won early backing for its service. Executives at the 2- year-old startup said on Friday it has raised $4.4 million from investors led by Silicon Valley- based venture firm Mayfield, with seed funding from SoftTechVC.» Read More
Jeff Lynn, founders of Seedrs, says new businesses need a small amount of capital to take their first step but few people are willing to provide it.
Adam Somlai-Fischer, co-founder at Prezi, talks about the environment for start-ups in Hungary and securing investments.
Atomico, a European venture capital firm that has invested in the likes of Rovio, plans to spend its new $476 million fund on tech start-ups.
Andrew Brundan, founder and managing director at Patrona, explains how it managed to remain competitive after production was moved back to the U.K., following a bad experience in China.
The NFL and MLB have threatened to move all of their games to cable television if streaming startup Aereo is deemed legal.
Jarret Hamstreet, Post.bid.ship president & CEO, discusses his family's business which matches shipments with available trucks. "About half of the freight that moves through our company is through the food and beverage industry," he says.
The founders of Morphsuits explain the idea behind their company.
How did sites like Facebook help to generate a buzz around Morphsuits?
In what ways are Morphsuits looking to broaden their product range and remain relevant?
Should the founders of Morphsuits change the name of their company to widen its appeal?
Clara Shih, CEO of Hearsay Social, explains that Hearsay helps organizations manage high volumes of social media traffic and highlights that the company has started to expand in Europe.
CNBC's Tom Mackenzie discusses tech innovations and future trends with industry exports, including the co-founder of IRobot from the Pioneer tech startup festival in Vienna.
Niklas Zennstrom, Skype founder and CEO of Atomico, explains that the company aims to help its portfolio investments go global.
Aaron Levie, CEO and founder of Box.net, explains how the company is different from other cloud businesses and explains why an IPO is not on the cards.
Ryan Holmes, CEO of Hootsuit, talks about the company's investors and how Hootsuite is "not in a rush to get to an IPO".
Ryan Holmes, CEO of HootSuite, explains that Hootsuite makes the "whole experience of using social more easy" and how the drop in Facebook's usage is not a worry as "social media is here to stay".
Bruce Aust, executive vice president of Nasdaq, discusses Ireland's strengths in the technology sector from the Dublin Web Summit and why Nasdaq remains and will continue to be "the home of tech".
Following on from ringing the Nasdaq opening bell from Dublin, Enda Kenny, Irish prime minister, comments on the success of the country's technology industry and Ireland's exit from its bailout program in December.
Oisin Hanrahan, Handybook CEO & co-founder, explains how his startup service can help users easily locate home services on demand.
After receiving money from Mark Zuckerberg, Google, and Ashton Kutcher, Aaron Feuer, Panorama CEO, discusses Mark Zuckerberg, his business concept and what's most important for startup companies.