A wind of change seems to finally be blowing through the Greek startup ecosystem. And this is a change which not only affects startups, but also investors and in fact Greek society at large. What is this change, I hear you ask? The [Taxi]Beat effect and the Greek startup ecosystem was last modified: May 29th, … Continue reading The [Taxi]Beat effect and the Greek startup ecosystem
“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.
Space. The final frontier. Or is it? I like to think of it as the starting frontier; the place we must “return to”, to have any hope for the future of the human race.
Is investment strategy the reason behind why very few businesses succeed while most of them fail?
Fundraising and investing. It’s all about the elusive chase for those unicorns isn’t it? Wrong.
There’s a buzz around Greek startups. Well, the whole country’s entrepreneurial ecosystem to be precise.
In recent months, all the key players at the heart of Greek entrepreneurship are talking about the EquiFund program. And with good reason.
The point I want to make is about how often Venture Capital investors simply write off their investments. Which is what matters most for the entrepreneur, since for them it is a binary event — either they will make it, or not.
Can Venture Capital really end the Greek brain drain? The short answer, in our humble opinion, is yes.
If you’d like to be one of those investors that know what they’re talking about, let’s talk about timing and investments, and how this is a game of sentiments, shall we?