The Business Model Behind Silicon Valley's Newest Unicorn

The Business Model Behind Silicon Valley's Newest Unicorn

Instabase Inc. Chief Executive Officer Anant Bhardwaj and Index Ventures Partner Sarah Cannon discuss Instabase's business model and the tech IPO landscape with Bloomberg's Taylor Riggs on "Bloomberg Technology."
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