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.
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
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
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
There’s the Oscars and then there’s the Vtripper Award. Yes, I kid you not. Well, maybe I do, a little. But our very own version of the world’s greatest awards has its own place in tech startup history.
We have a passion, and its name is #ScaleUpGreece. If you are a regular reader of this blog, you will have come across a few articles about our very own Greek scaleup success story, Epignosis.
We are thrilled about the new countless opportunities given to Computer Science graduates in Greece. This past week, we went to the University of Crete to speak to the Computer Science Department (CSD) students about scale-up tech entrepreneurship.
Hustle. Fail. Hustle some more. Fail. Borrow money from your favorite aunt. Hustle. Fail. Repeat the process until you’re stuck with no funding and crippling debt.
Keep on running. That’s one of our many mantras, especially among the Starttech runners crowd within the company.