First off: I’m a massive believer in growing one’s own ideas and it would thus be a very hard decision for me to ever even consider selling one of my companies. We had concrete interest in WooThemes in the past for example, but to this day
Incubator promises money to startup, startup moves to incubator, incubator can’t deliver on funding promises and startup left to pick up the pieces. Too harsh.
To be honest, at the best of times freemium feels like an overly idealistic business model, which relies heavily on building a big enough audience. In this case study, all of the founders that commented noted that freemium is a numbers game, since only a very small percentage of those
Working on my presentation & slides for DIBI later this month.
Great read if you’re interested in the startup & VC world.
Can’t believe I only had the time to watch this now. So superbly inspirational!
I’ll be starting up a new, boutique angel investment / venture capital firm called iincubate (see radiiate’s site for a bit more detail) and was wondering whether any of you had any startups that needed funding? :) Note: As many of you have asked… At this stage,
A nice read if you’re creating a new startup at the moment or planning to do so in the near future.