We’re back with a meetup event hosted by one of the country’s fastest-growing and most ambitious scale-ups: ORFIUM! Join us, this Wednesday!
It’s summer in Greece and, as everyone’s preparing for their summer vacations, one eye is fixed on what’s happening in the startup industry, how investments are being changed and what that means for the Greek Startups in their scaling journey.
When startups become scale-ups, how does sustaining a leading position in the market and extending ventures look like? Let’s find out, with Skroutz.
How do you scale up a startup into a fully-blown, growing business? To quote Daniel Isenberg, it goes something like this: “Stop starting, start finishing.” And this is exactly the essence of the success story of Workable.
We have to stop meeting like this. What am I talking about? Scale Up Greece of course! Session #3 is coming up on August 28 f at Workable, so save the date!
“I now define company culture as the way it feels when I walk in the door, and the way it feels to leave at the end of the day,” – Author Kristen Hadeed.
As far as company culture goes, you can’t get much simpler and authentic than the above sentence.
To scale up, or not to scale up: that is the question. No, hold on. It’s not a question at all – it’s a must if you want your startup to be successful. If you’re running or working at a startup, the question of scaling up should hopefully be a “when”, and not an “if” issue.
Question. Exactly how do you scale up your startup? The answer is quite simple
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.