Mary Meeker

COVID-19 has accelerated globally transformative trends in business according to senior industry executives we interviewed for our COVID-19 Disruption series. Last week we asked Didier Bonnet, Affiliate Professor of Strategy and Digital Transformation at IMD Business School, Max Ryerson, the CEO of StratForce, and Korn Ferry’s APAC IT services VP

Mary Meeker

The COVID-19 pandemic will accelerate digital transformation, change how we work and boost the on-demand economy over the long term according to a new report from Bond Capital, Mary Meeker’s venture capital firm.  Meeker, who is known for her epic annual internet trends report, has co-authored a new 28-page report

Mary Meeker presented her annual Internet Trends Report overnight. Packed full of charts which go up and to the right (illustrating the explosive growth found online) this year’s slide deck comes in at 333 pages. It’s the first report the famed analyst has presented since leaving Kleiner Perkins Caufield &

Canva has confirmed a valuation of US$2.5 billion, achieved after closing a US$70 million fund raising round. Rumours of the raising began appearing a few days ago. Two new VCs, General Catalyst and Bond, join existing investors Felicis Ventures and Blackbird Capital. Barely seven years old, the online design company

Mary Meeker

Former Kleiner Perkins partner Mary Meeker is raising more than $US1 billion for her new venture capital fund. First reported by Axios last week, the new firm will be called Bond and is seeking to raise $US1.25 billion with a $US1.5 billion hard cap for its first fund. In September

Mary Meeker

Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers analyst and internet aficionado Mary Meeker presented her annual internet trends report at the Code Conference in California last week. This year’s report includes 294 slides, which is smaller than last year’s 355 page slide deck, but still choc full of stats on online advertising

Mary Meeker

If you don’t know who Mary Meeker is, you are on the wrong site. For the rest of us, it’s time to dust off our PowerPoints, because the Kleiner Perkins Internet tsar is back with her famous State of the Internet Address — and this time it has blown out