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Valuable Venture Capital lessons in times of crisis

During the first successful VEECEE Webinar, two battle hardened VC-experts shared their experiences from previous crises. Moderator: Laura Cramer (Investment Manager Social Impact Ventures) Goal of the webinar: Sharing experience in dealing with a global crisis. Central Question: How did you manage former crises? Introduction  We are in...


VEECEE Fireside chat on hiring & firing

The VEECEE Community with Jos Schut, CHRO of Randstad, for a great fireside chat on HR practices for early stage companies.  Paper boy, sandwich slinger or background music pianist: even the sharpest minds in Venture Capital all had to start somewhere with a (not so) fondly remembered first job. This question of ‘what was your first summer...


Tech Hype Trains Visualized!

From Pieter Welten – Prime Ventures (@pieterwelten) Blog post disclaimer: This is not a very insightful blog post at all! You might enjoy it though J I also want to disclose that I am a big fan of Dilbert and Calvin and Hobbes! So, I like cartoons – they engage and entertain us in a fun, chilling and special way. They often depict themes,...


Recurring Revenue Businesses and Valuation.

From Pieter Welten - Prime Ventures (@pieterwelten) Investors love the SaaS business model. Why? Because the model relies on subscription-based, predictable, recurring (monthly or annual) revenue streams rather than one-time transactions or upfront fees. In general, high(er) predictability often comes with less risk. Additionally, the business...


BAADD, bad, sad or SAADD?

From Pieter Welten - Prime Ventures (@pieterwelten) Apple, Alphabet, Microsoft, Amazon and Facebook are today’s most valuable companies in the world. Their combined market capitalization amounts to a whopping $3.5 trillion! Since recently, these tech giants are accused of being ‘BAADD’. I love acronyms, as you might know, and this is...