You have an idea for a new business startup. And before you jump in writing code, developing it or pouring money and effort into it, you want to validate if this could work at your targeted customer audience. Here is a methodology on how you could validate your business idea:
A lot of Greek Startup teams focus on developing applications for mobile platforms, so we asked the opinion of the experts :). This is a guest blog post from Andreas Pappas (@PappasAndreas), Senior Analyst at VisionMobile (visit VM’s great blog here).
We had the TIE Athens Bootcamp yesterday and one of the subject that was discussed is: I am startup, my brand is not that well-known, so how can I make others (website visitors/investors/potential customers) trust me? Here are some ideas on how you can build trust for your startup:
Finding how to name your startup is one of the first problems you will need to solve. While some argue that you should leave the struggling to find a name for a later stage and focus at first to just build your product, it is still a nice investment of time to spend some days figuring out…
Here is the problem: You are a team of great developers and you are building your dream product. But you have no marketing or business skills. And you’re still thinking of getting some 50k accelerator/seed funding, or even a bigger VC investment.
In a few days the 5th Athens Startup Weekend takes place. ASW is a 54 hour event which can help you to get your business idea to the next step. At ASW you can pitch your idea, get developers/designers/business people in your team, get support from advisors and work intensively on your idea for 54 hours. At…
3d printing is the next trillion dollar opportunity according to many economists. This is a post to raise awareness to the greek startup ecosystem and examine some business opportunities.
Do you have an idea and you want to build your own startup? Or you already have your own startup and want to take it to the next level? Here is a list of resources that can help you:
This is the list of some Greek startups that have been funded (seed or VC level) in the last months, according to online published information. Last updated on 15 July 2016
A few days ago the Techcrunch Meetup Athens event took place in the Museum of Benaki (#tcathens or #tcath, fotos from vrypan here), with more than 400 attendees from the startup community of Greece. The event was organized by Niko Bonatso and Alexia Tsotsis, with the support of OpenCoffee and Microsoft Innovation Center in Athens among others and…