Many great startups fail to grow simply because they happened to be launched at a location unfavourable with VC investors.
Being an entrepreneur and especially a startup founder, is all about having a perfect timing, managing your team, making disparate elements play well together
The Greek experience, the Silicon Paranoia and the need for a European start-up growth model I launched my first start-up, along with four more co-founders (Periklis Akritidis, Nikos Ventouras, Miltos Vassilakis and Charalampos Gikas – one of them had the following email address: “JFK at VTRIP dot NET”) and Critical Publics on September 5th 2000, exactly … Continue reading Thoughts of a European serial start-up entrepreneur before going to the Silicon Valley
The Athens OpenStack User Group invite you to attend the first meeting for OpenStack in Greece.
For some people pitching their own idea or company is hard to do…for some others it is fairly easy.