Fabio Gratton, “Chief Alchemist” and founder of Alchemy Fund, is the latest investor to take interest in Bitmo, one of San Diego’s rising fintech startups. While Gratton himself is no stranger to the tech industry as co-founder of CureClick and Sonic Health among others, his fund is the first to branch off from its parent […]
Monday, March 20th, marked the first day of spring—a season symbolic of rebirth and renewal. With daffodils abloom, Easter on the horizon, and a legitimate excuse to go shopping (hellooo, Spring Break) there’s yet another reason to love this time of year. Bitmo is experiencing a revival of its own thanks to your feedback.
Yesterday was International Women’s Day, a day dedicated to honoring the achievements of women across the globe in all facets — social, economic, political, and cultural. As such, we thought we’d shine a light on the subject with three female founders who made — or are making — big waves.
The long lasting psychological benefits of being sweet, not salty Never mind the Law of Attraction or the simplicity of the saying, “Do good, feel good.” As it turns out, the benefits of gratitude have been backed by science.
According to the American Research Group, Americans plan to spend an upwards of $900 on gifts this year. The average monthly discretionary income of adults under 25? Half that. Ouch.
Cash might be dead, but credit and debit cards are still kickin’ as the preferred method of payment among consumers. Bitmo takes a look at why.