Should one go abroad? Is there a common space between academia and the “real world”? What makes a good professional? What opportunities and challenges do technology advancements bring when compared to previous eras? And how can one “survive” and thrive in that context? Q&A with Spyros Lalis was last modified: July 12th, 2019 by Dimitris … Continue reading Q&A with Spyros Lalis
Great leaders have a common quality, they are (usually) great communicators. This is an area where Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) can help a great deal. Q&A with Effie Kyrikakis: How NLP can boost leadership skills was last modified: June 26th, 2019 by Konstantina Ferentinou
“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! Scaleup Stories: a Q&A with Epignosis CEO Athanasios … Continue reading Scaleup Stories: a Q&A with Epignosis CEO Athanasios Papangelis
Why shouldn’t Computer Science graduates lead the way in Greek tech entrepreneurship? After all, “logic and math is your vehicle, your legs and feet, and the more powerful and muscular they are, the further they will take you”. Georgios Georgakopoulos on Computer Science & Greek tech entrepreneurship was last modified: May 23rd, 2019 by Dimitris … Continue reading Georgios Georgakopoulos on Computer Science & Greek tech entrepreneurship
“VC money is not good money for most companies.” Wait, what? It’s certainly a provocative statement isn’t it? And on the mark if you ask us here at Starttech Ventures.
What does it take to become a successful startup entrepreneur? 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, and then some! Open Q&A with Maria Dramalioti-Taylor was last modified: May 23rd, 2019 by Konstantina Ferentinou
With the Lean In EU WBA (Women Business Angels) Pitching Battles just around the corner, we’re delighted to announce that Funding London’s startup investments guru Flavia Richardson will join us here in Athens, to take part as a judge. Leading Lady: Q&A with Funding London’s Flavia Richardson – Startup investments was last modified: May 23rd, … Continue reading Leading Lady: Q&A with Funding London’s Flavia Richardson – Startup investments
Code it Like a Girl is a social enterprise whose main goal is to familiarize women with coding