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Why UX Pumps your Valuation!

From Mathijs de Wit – Newion Investments (@mathijsdewit) It’s no secret that recurring revenue results in high valuations. However, I’m increasingly encountering people and companies that do understand the financial side of things, but have decoupled from the underlying dynamics. Let’s give this some thought! I’d like to introduce a...


VC Overdoses vs. Efficient Entrepreneurship.

From Pieter Welten - Prime Ventures (@pieterwelten) Today, there is a lot of venture capital available in the start-up ecosystem. As a result, it is a good period for entrepreneurs to raise capital in order to fund their high-growth ambitions and chase their dreams. I heavily encourage this, because venture capital could help you accelerate...


How to predict venture performance through team composition – beyond intuition and gut feeling.

From Eva de Mol - HPE Growth Capital We all know that successful entrepreneurship contributes to innovation, job creation and profit. However, the stark reality is that most start-ups fail before they can even start to create value. According to Stanford University 60% of these failures is caused by malfunctioning teams. But research into what...


Company Valuation, FAAMG and FOMO.

From Pieter Welten - Prime Ventures (@pieterwelten) A few months ago I wrote a blog post about fair company valuations. I argued that a fair company valuation is in the best interest of the long-term success of any company. A relatively high (entry) valuation could create issues for the company going forward and will hit back when the company is...


What disruption actually is (and what it is not).

From Nick Kalliagkopoulos - Prime Ventures (@kalliagk)  Disruption according to the Cambridge dictionary is ‘an interruption in the usual way that a system, process or event works’. In the context of technology, startups and Venture Capital, disruption has become a buzzword that is overused and very often misused. You can constantly read...