Seedcamp, the British startup accelerator that has over the last 7 years invested in dozens of Central and Eastern European startups, is opening applications for their crown event, Seedcamp Week London.
Seedcamp has been known for its continued investments in the CEE startups and has decided to focus its efforts on making these investments simpler for themselves and other potential investors in the region. The investor group Websummit just issued the first localized Termsheet for the CEE region, as Seedcamp tells us exclusively, translated in Croatian and adapted to Croatian legislation, to make the investment process easier and more transparent.
Seedcamp, the british startup accelerator that has over the last 7 years invested in dozens of Central and Eastern European startups, like Croatian Farmeron or Serbian TruckTrack, is launching a new 30 million fund for the next generation of founders that want to scale up their startups to billion dollar businesses! As part of strengthening its presence in the US, Seedcamp will also be opening a presence in Sillicon Valley, specifically San Francisco.
Carlos Eduardo Espinal, partner at Seedcamp and the organizer of Mini Seedcampu during the Zero Day of RockPaperStartups, took the stage again on Day One to talk more about the Product Market Fit term, how to reach that phase and what are some of the things startups should pay attention to.
Day Zero of RockPaperStartups, a startup conference which is organized by our very own Netokracija, featured a Mini Seedcamp where a total of nine regional startups pitched their ideas hoping to end up at Seedcamp Week in London where they will spend four days with over 150 mentors and maybe even become a part of the Seedcamp's family.
Just as driving with your eyes closed is dangerous to your health, so is acquiring customers without knowing what it costs you to acquire them. Both can lead to disastrous outcomes. - Take a look what Carlos Eduardo Espinal, Partner at Seedcamp, has to say about the real customer acquisition cost.
One of the leading European accelerators, Seedcamp, today announced the 20 finalists of its first Hungarian Seedcamp event in which these startups get the chance to get mentored by both local and international mentors. Seedcamp's team and mentors might also decide to invest 50,000 Euro in one or more startups, like they have at previous Seedcamps, previously called Mini Seedcamps that are held almost each month of the year across Europe and the Middle East.
The leading European startup accelerator, Seedcamp, will be holding its first ever Seedcamp startup event in Budapest. While Seedcamp has been present in Central and Eastern Europe in Ljubljana, Zagreb and Prag, this is the first time it will hold an event in the capital of Hungary - in partnership with the European Entrepreneurship Foundation.
Farmeron, a fresh internet startup from Osijek, Croatia just raised an investment and support from Dave McClure's seed fund and startup aggregator 500 Startups. Matija Kopić, CEO of Farmeron confirmed, exclusively for Netocratic, that Farmeron team will move to Mountain View in Silicon Valley in the next ten days or so.
500 Startups is one of most powerful US startup accelelators run by Dave McClure, former CMO in PayPal. Altought Kopić couldn't confirm how big the investment is, it is known that 500 Startups' first rounds of investment start at 100 thousands dollars, and most of the time it's somewhere around 400-700 thousands dollars or even a million.
Osijek-based Farmeron is one of the 20 startups participating in Mini Seedcamp London this week and the only one chosen among the startups present from Mini Seedcamp Ljubljana, both organized by the startup aggregator Seedcamp. They're building a web-based farm management and analytics application that should allow farmers to analyze their farm's performance and lower costs.
Kopic also sent me the screenshot you can see which illustrates how Farmeron's new interface will look like.
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