The team, the product and the size of the market: these three ingredients are typically preached to us as the key to a successful startup. But what if someone much bigger or much better funded comes along, essentially copies the product, devotes a much larger team to the task, and spends heavily on sales & marketing to grab the market?
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Transylvania is getting a new tech conference this year, for all the regional technology innovators and hobbyists who want to talk directly to some of the best professionals in the region, learn and connect with people who can make a difference.
Eleven Accelerator Venture Fund has just improved its investment terms. The accelerator keeps investing 100.000 euros in early-stage startups from CEE and beyond but this time under upgraded conditions of 25,000 euros for 8% equity plus 75,000 euros as a convertible note, available to startups after the first month of the accelerator program.
Cedric Maloux is Managing Director at StartUpYard, adviser at Flow Studio and founder of My Poker Bankroll App. He’s been around for the good and bad times of Internet economy; he was CEO of Geewa; founded and sold London-based company, and he’s here today to tell you his amazing success story. Check out what it takes to be a great entrepreneur and adviser, because Cedric Maloux might just be your new business role model.
CaseTrek, a startup which aims to improve the conduct of business and allow the growth of small and medium-sized law firms, has been invited to participate at the ReinventLaw conference which is taking place in London this June. Co-founder and CEO, Ivan Rasic, will appear on the behalf of his team. Rasic stated for Netocratic that […]
Portuguese non-profit organization Startup Pirates, announced yesterday that it's currently working with startup communities in 17 countries across 4 different continents. It also announced that it's expanding to Central Easter Europe with events already scheduled for Slovenia, Romania, Macedonia and Greece.
After it secured 1.5 million dollars and another 6 millions in seed investment, American-Slovenian communications platform for apps Layer announced that it raised 14.5 million in Series A funding from Homebrew, AME Cloud Ventures, CrunchFund, Fuel Capital and others.
On Monday, March 31st, StartupYard started their 4th edition alongside their partners Synot and Seznam.cz, welcoming 20 young tech entrepreneurs representing 7 teams from 5 different countries. Today they reveal the names of the 7 chosen startups. We spoke to Cedric Maloux, StartupYard's Managing Director, who told us a bit more about the teams, the past and the future of startups and his own project.
This week we had opportunity to cover the announcement of airtAI, a Croatian fintech startup whose solution is based on artificial intelligence and is directed towards smaller banks that want to better assess the needs of their clients. Exclusively for Netrokracija airt’s CEO Hajdi Ćenan reveals the details.
Applications that control the operation of oil platforms and plants for the processing of derivatives are directly responsible for a safer and cleaner world, and one of the best is created largely in Croatia.