Innovation in a time of economic crisis means that Greek startups need daring, maverick entrepreneurs. But the ecosystem also needs innovative, risk-taking investors, who look beyond the confines of the local market. How the NBG is banking on Greek startups was last modified: September 19th, 2018 by Graham Wood
The short answer to the above question is no. Surprised? Well you shouldn’t be. Let me give you the long answer on this always-hot topic for startups. “Young people are just smarter,” said a certain Mark Zuckerberg in 2007. Yes, but that doesn’t necessarily make them more successful entrepreneurs.
At Starttech Ventures we have a firm belief in the amazing investment opportunities available in the East Mediterranean. Our reasoning is simple.
Capital efficiency. It’s almost become a dirty phrase in recent years. A lost art, if you like.
What did they Angel Investor say to the VC firm? “We’re not so different you and I.”And you know, something. It’s not at all far from the truth.
Starttech Ventures will be in Cape Town, South Africa this time round. We’re taking part in the 4th annual African Angel Investor Summit – #AAIS20174.
Business Angels Week is here! And in the words of the Chemical Brothers, the time has come to galvanize. With a record-breaking 1200 events across 60 countries from November 13-19, some might say it’s a big deal.
They came, they pitched, they conquered. This is the story of Startup Weekend Heraklion.
No matter how far you go in business, as well as in life, it’s important to remember where you came from. And that’s why we are delighted to announce our proud sponsorship of Startup Weekend Heraklion.
Calling all Greek startups, and aspiring wannabe startups. Got a great business idea which aims to do social good?