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Peek into the latest YC batch in our new series, Founder FAQ

by Greg Kumparak8/9/2023

There are a thousand stories behind every startup. Our newest video series, Founder FAQ, aims to scratch the surface on some of these stories for the latest YC companies.

Introducing our newest video series: Office Hours

by Garry Tan, Greg Kumparak7/21/2023

Many of the billion dollar startups you know and love had to pivot, and that’s what the first episode of our newest video series Office Hours is about.

Dalton & Michael on what AI means for the future of startups

by Greg Kumparak7/13/2023

Will ever-evolving AI models grow to consume the idea of startups as we know it, or is this the beginning of a whole new era for startups — akin to the arrival of the iPhone?

The latest Startup School talks are now available to all

by Greg Kumparak5/30/2023

The recordings of these talks were initially available only to Startup School students. After those students told us how helpful the videos were for them, we decided to make them available to everyone.

First Five Launches with Whatnot

by Y Combinator9/29/2022

Like every startup, the founders of Whatnot began with only an idea. YC’s Anu Hariharan sat down with the co-founder and CEO of Whatnot Grant LaFontaine to discuss their first five launches, and how they helped shape the company into a billion dollar marketplace today.

First Five Hires with PostHog

by Y Combinator8/16/2022

PostHog (YC W20) is a suite of open source product analytic tools that companies can host themselves. YC’s Anu Hariharan sat down with the co-founder and CEO of PostHog James Hawkins to discuss hiring their first five employees.

New YC video series: First Five

by Y Combinator7/13/2022

Introducing First Five, a new video series where growth stage companies look back on their first five hires, customers, and launches. In the first episode, YC Managing Director Anu Hariharan sits down with Tomer London, the co-founder and CPO of Gusto, to look back on the company’s first five hires.