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After the 1st half of 2021 - and heading towards an even better 2nd half - it’s time to share some findings and insights on our work at Masters of Scale for international scaling founders.
Objectives and key results (OKR) is a goal-setting framework that helps organisations define goals — or objectives — and then track the outcome
Improve your chances of success by taking the time to read about successes and failures of others, and the best practices that have bubbled up from these over the last decades.
Six criteria demanded of you when pitching for your investment and the what and how that will make or break your case
What to expect at each stage of the venture capital meeting process including initial filtering, socialisation, company-partner meeting and legal & diligence.
Fundraising is a highly competitive professional environment. Having a great company is not enough — you must also have a great pitch. Here are ten simple rules to make a good pitch great.
Scale-ups have the opportunity to build their IT infrastructure from scratch, including their cloud provider
90% of businesses fail because they couldn’t get anyone to buy their product. These and other major hurdles in preparing for a breakthrough come back to one central theme: Customer Insight.
The difference between a financial investor and a strategic investor and which one is better for your company
You’re going to have plenty of challenges in attracting investors, don’t make forcing them down the NDA path one more reason to not get a pitch to begin with
In this competitive world, you need an edge. Some entrepreneurs and businesses can step ahead of their competition with authority-based marketing. Learn how.
Key takeaways and insights from our virtual roundtable entitled “Navigating this Crisis Together".
How can you weather out this “perfect storm” and survive as an entrepreneur?
Y Combinator's Paul Graham shares his view on how not to die as a start-up in this article from 2007 which is still very relevant!
In this post we take a look at how to run a tight Series A process to help you get multiple competing term sheets, while not taking a lot of time.
Is entrepreneurship intrinsic in the individual (nature) or is it learned (nurtured). Or said differently; are entrepreneurs born or are they made?
When you are going out to fundraise you need to decide how much capital to raise. Investors are looking to fund a company to a milestone. Learn more in this article.
Venture capitalists make decisions constantly about whether or not to invest in various startups. Read here about 15 key determining factors.