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.
There’s no two ways about it. AI – and AI startups – is the current darling of Silicon Valley and beyond. And it seems that this will be the case for the foreseeable future.
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.
OK I’ll be quick about this one. Marketing for startups. Let me be clear and say this: entrepreneurs of all shapes and sizes need to have one crucial habit, and that habit is marketing.
In the red corner, wearing the “plain, logical” shorts it’s B2B marketing. And in the blue corner, wearing the “sparkling, emotional” shorts, it’s B2C marketing. A showdown to relish: B2B vs B2C marketing. Who will come out on top? B2B vs B2C marketing: let the battle commence was last modified: May 17th, 2019 by Graham … Continue reading B2B vs B2C marketing: let the battle commence
So what is a startup actually anyway? Everyone and his/her dog have an opinion on the definition of a startup, but actually its not so easy to provide one definitive answer.
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.
Is investment strategy the reason behind why very few businesses succeed while most of them fail?
‘Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the co-working space, not an entrepreneur or startupper was stirring. Not even the clicking of a mouse (or tapping of a keyboard) could be heard.