As we are fast becoming a happy bundle of multicultural societies, it is essential for us to be able to discern and evaluate good cultural traits against the “not so good” ones. This is a simple way to induce compatibility factors among different cultures. Mainly when we have to work in a multicultural environment.
Well-being at work. It’s one of our key goals, both for ourselves internally and our portfolio companies. And our very own running team is continuing to focus on what has become a great habit – running, and running.
“Exits are happening and Greek founders are getting noticed.” We can’t emphasize enough that there’s never been a more promising time for the Greek startup ecosystem and VC’s who want to invest in it.
Travel tech. It’s a booming industry, but one where it can sometimes be difficult to bring big corporations and tech startups together. That’s where Itai Green comes in. An avid travel tech aficionado, Itai is a self-styled Corporate Open Innovation Expert…
What does it take to become a successful startup entrepreneur and make the leap from startup to scaleup? Is it luck, timing, tech talent, or sales skills? As it turns out, more often than not, it’s a blend of all of those things – and then some!
Scale-ups versus startups. A quick game of “spot the difference” tells us that the latter is only the beginning, while the former represents the business which truly delivers value
It’s official, the Oπe\n Conference is here to stay. Well it is based on the great success of the recent inaugural event which we at Starttech took part in.
How do you build a successful and profitable B2B SaaS startup? There are nine steps to follow, and if you get them all right then you should be on your way.
“Why struggle to get by when we can simple burn other people’s money – aka venture capital financing?” If you’re a startup founder or aspiring entrepreneur, and you’re thinking like this, then you are doing it wrong.
Why do so many startups delay launching their minimum viable product (MVP)? Believe it or not, the main reason – in my experience – is down to anxiety over its perceived lack of features, which leads to the biggest form of waste in any lean startup: over-engineering.