It seems that this is a major question among the various members
There is no correct answer but am laying down some basic thumb rules which may guide you on what is right for you
a) You are very clear of the approach you want to use to convert your idea into something saleable and you really dont want to do it any other way
- VC is not a good idea. You may have to change your approach based on his thoughts or his ideas because his interest in your… Continue
Added by Vikas Kumar on September 14, 2008 at 2:37pm —
Footprint ventures, and Google acquisition manager for India/Australia presented their views on what they look for in startups.
Footprint ventures are hard-core businessmen, looking for startups with good revenue model, and potential for profit. They have funded companies in all disciplines and orientation - finance/tech/DSP, big names like "Gartner Group", "Vertias", to name a few. It was a little disappointing that they did not talk much about… Continue
WeBecome was founded 8 years back, in the year 2000, when the first recessionary cycle came up after the dot-com bust. Besides just surviving those start-up years the company went on to acquire its first 3 customers in Singapore in 2000, and eventually more then 100 companies worldwide became customers by 2007
The company has a team of 25 search consultants and an APAC strength of 75 employees. MNC's and local companies in every market of presence, in India, UAE, Singapore, Malaysia,… Continue
I’ve been helping the Pune OpenCoffee Club bootstrap itself here in Pune. The community is designed to help Tech. Startup enthusiasts, entrepreneurs, developers, advisor's, Investors and everyone else create a central place for networking.
Pune also hosts a number of other organizations aimed at Entrepreneurs - CSI-Pune, SEAP, TiE, NASSCOM to name a few. How is this different? To begin with, the OpenCoffee Club is an informal format. In other words, anyone could announce and arrange… Continue