Silicon Valley is where Unicorns are born. If you believe the hype. There’s a finely-tuned European startup ecosystem that can be just as effective.
It’s amazing that in 2020, many Silicon Valley VC firms are still overfeeding monsters, instead of putting them on a more nutritional diet. Let’s discuss it
Are you among the innovative Greek startups with a great product and/or idea that you feel is destined for success? Then, hurry up, you still have 13 days to submit your idea for the 10th Innovation and Technology Competition.
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?
“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.
“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.
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.
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.
World War for Entrepreneurship. A grand title I know. Perhaps I even risk exaggerating a little. But please, hear me out first.
Fundraising and investing. It’s all about the elusive chase for those unicorns isn’t it? Wrong.