In which we discuss startups that have shutdown. A Memento Mori for entrepreneurs.
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Post Mortem / Shutdown Websites
After a $15.5m seed round in May of 2022 - Ness seems to have run out of money.
Ness builds a credit card-first wedge into healthcare. It allows its user to earn rewards for healthy purchases and access exclusive perks to complement their lifestyle. It was established in 2021 and is based in New York, United States.
dotup.org, a Japanese large uploader site that has been around for 17 years,it has announced that it will shut down on November 30
What podcast would you recommend that talk about failure and how you can learn from it?