Work collaboration startup Notion Labs cozies up to Silicon Valley’s top accelerators – TechCrunch
Startups building work software for other startups have been a huge focus of investment in Silicon Valley as eager VCs hope to grab a piece of the next Slack. Notion charges startups $8 per employee (when billed annually) to use the service. More than half of the startups from Y Combinator’s most recent batch are Notion customers, the company tells TechCrunch, and the startup seems intent to accelerate their adoption among small teams. Notion itself is unsurprisingly a power user of its product, running everything but internal and external communications on its own software. The unrequited VC yearning has earned Notion the reputation for being venture averse, something Kothari pushed back on a few times.