Fundraising is not easy. It is one of the most frustrating and time draining activities you as a founder will have to do as part of your company’s growth strategy. Unless you are really lucky and investors come to you, it will likely involve taking many meetings with investors of all kinds, both good and bad before you ultimately succeed in finding someone who believes in you.
Fundraising for an early stage technology startup is always a challenge. You have to navigate many meetings with potential investors and hopefully reach agreements that make everyone happy so you can continue to work in good faith after the negotiations are over. However, in some cases, after the dust has settled in a negotiation, it isn’t always a win-win for everyone.
Anja Hula begun her career at Infobip as an intern. Year over year she showed great progress as an engineer and a leader. Today she is responsible for the collegues and products of whole Data Department. We believe that Anja's story will inspire all who are already building a career in IT or just starting out...
Hajdi Ćenan, member of the executive board and the president of the newly founded CRO STARTUP association, talks about how they will help startups to start, develop, fundraise, get first customers, educate themselves, and network.
The recent developments have eaten away the foundations of our wellbeing, and the consequences have spilled over our careers as well. So as employers shift their focus, we have turned to Q agency to see how they handle the challenge. With "Wellbeing for Qumans" initiative, their approach looks very promising.