Acquired by Apple: how startups live after incorporation

    To many startup founders, selling their project successfully to a global company giant like Facebook, Google or Microsoft is the best case scenario. No wonder: being noticed by a board of tech experts, signing a serious contract and finally becoming famous in local and international media definitely serves a good motivation (not to mention a pleasant financial reward!). There is a certain sacrifice to be made, however – users/customers may never find out anything about the initial creator of the technology, who also loses the joy of managing their own company. But to be honest, it is all…

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How celebrities cooperate with startups

      Startup movement has gained significant pace in the latest years: it is even considered “trendy” by some people to launch a risky business based on the tremendous idea you carried in your head for years. Not surprisingly, celebrities are also a part of this movement. But more often, they are not startup founders: famous people can also make a living just by participating in the brand promotion or joining a promising investment round. Some time ago, celebrities avoided being associated with startups at all: as you know, many startups do not live for very long and often cannot…

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Equerest investment platform launched in Ukraine

      How long does it take an average startup to sign a deal with investors? How fast do investors find quality projects with high prospects for returns? Mostly, both sides experience certain difficulties while searching for business opportunities. What could make the whole process more efficient and convenient is some sort of organized communication between the pools of business counterparts. Equerest, a new investment platform in Ukraine, has all the chances to facilitate that constantly growing flow of deals led by local startups and capitalists. The platform positions itself as a specific search service allowing entrepreneurs to introduce…

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