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5 FinTech Startups To Watch Out For VCs

By VisionwizTeam at November 14, 2014 | 11:15 am | 0 Comment

5 FinTech Startups To Watch Out For VCs

5 FinTech Startups To Watch Out For VCs 1. CrowdCube CrowdCube is a new startup that aims to raise funds for your startup company from professional investors, equity route and other crowd funding ways. By using this platform each entrepreneur creates an online pitch explaining their business and what they aim to achieve with the investment. The Pitch will more...

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VCs: Watch Out These 4 Beta Startups

By VisionwizTeam at September 28, 2012 | 11:50 am | 0 Comment

VCs: Watch Out These 4 Beta Startups

4 Beta Startups For Signup 1. Brand Health Check Brand Health Check would help you to monitor and track your brand awareness over time and also note down key events to visually provide an indicator of the impact of these events. Brand Health Check monitors the public's attitude towards your brand by asking the public to rate their overall perception of your more...

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When To Approach VCs Or Angel Investors For Your Startup Funding?

By Martin at February 6, 2012 | 8:35 am | 0 Comment

When To Approach VCs Or Angel Investors For Your Startup Funding?

If you are looking for an outside investor, you need to know how they see you. Different types of investors look for startups at different levels of maturity. If your startup is at the wrong stage for the investor you are approaching, fishing for money is a waste of time for both of you. For instance, if your company is only a few weeks old and you have zero customers more...

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4 Upcoming Beta Sign up Startups That VCs Should Watch Out

By Vineet at January 2, 2012 | 11:43 am | 0 Comment

4 Upcoming Beta Sign up Startups That VCs Should Watch Out

Here are 4 upcoming beta sign up startups that you should sign up. 1. HuskyDashb For Lean Startups HuskyDashb is a new web tool that aims to help startup developers to get some valuable feedback from potential customers during their startup testing period. With HuskyDashb you can present surveys, advanced forms, easy tests, statements, clarifications and more...

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CEOs More Optimistic Than VCs on Investment Level

By VisionwizTeam at December 15, 2011 | 12:00 am | 0 Comment

CEOs More Optimistic Than VCs on Investment Level

CEOs More Optimistic Than VCs on Investment Level The sixth annual Venture View survey reflects responses from more than 500 venture capital professionals and CEOs of venture-backed companies in the U.S. collected between November 30 and December 9, 2011. According to survey: CEOs are more optimistic about the level of venture capital investment overall more...

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104th 1M/1M Strategy Roundtable for Entrepreneurs: VCs Are Not Always Right

By Guest Post at November 4, 2011 | 8:16 am | 0 Comment

104th 1M/1M Strategy Roundtable for Entrepreneurs: VCs Are Not Always Right

104th 1M/1M Strategy Roundtable for Entrepreneurs: VCs Are Not Always Right I know that many, many entrepreneurs are feeling dejected because of investor rejections. Today, I want to share with you a story of an amazing entrepreneurial team led by Alex Bouzari, CEO of Data Direct. In How To Defend Your Dream Against All Odds, Alex and I explore the company's more...

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How much money you should ask from VCs for your startups?

By Martin at July 11, 2011 | 12:02 am | 0 Comment

How much money you should ask from VCs for your startups?

Startups ask me “How much money should I ask for?” The simple answer is the absolute minimum amount you need to make your plan work. Some entrepreneurs try to start with a huge number, hoping they can negotiate and close on a smaller one, while others understate their requirements, in hopes of getting their foot in the door with an investor. Neither of these more...

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Why VCs should invest in Virtual Cane?

By ajay at July 5, 2011 | 11:08 am | 0 Comment

Why VCs should invest in Virtual Cane?

Virtual cane, a device that can help to see visually impaired people,is developed by Hebrew University of Jerusalem researchers and patented by Yissum. How it Works: Virtual cane emits a focused beam at objects around the user and transmits the visual information to him via a gentle vibration similar to the quivering of a cellphone. Unlike a white stick that can more...

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