Observations and selected activities. #innovation #data #tech #earlystage #startups — Founder of Badhouse Ventures @badhousev
[Badhouse Ventures] Badhouse Pre-Seed Portfolio Spotlight — Aboard & ioAirFlow: “Keeping employees happy, from airflow to onboarding”

Two startups in our Badhouse portfolio have commercialized SaaS applications quite germane to the post-pandemic “new normal”: Aboard (HR / Remote work / Future of Work) and ioAirFlow (Proptech / Cleantech). As part of an investor-focused event held in mid-November 2021, I had a chat with co-founders from each team…

5 ways to make startup marketing more awesome

Last month, for our June 2020 edition of the Badhouse Ventures “Provocative Startup Storiespitch+learn event series, we focused on the themes of B2C and social. The finalists pitching were showcasing alpha-stage products ranging from a matchmaking site to connect female apprentices with mentors, a next-generation service looking to disrupt…

What’s the point of generalized, on by default, “breaking news” notifications in most news apps?

Image credit: Columbia Journalism Review

Having recently installed a few apps from popular news outlets on my iPad, I quickly noticed a plethora of “breaking news” notifications piling up. Unless there’s an imminent natural disaster (seek shelter!) or incoming intercontinental…

True “full” anonymization, some argue, is impossible; it’s all relative, as a perfectly anonymized dataset has no utility for analysis. A good way to measure the level of privacy-protection afforded by an anonymization scheme is to try to work backwards, trying to see if given a set of data, it…

Ralph Baddour

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