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M&A advisors (series)

May 14th, 2021 •

Disclaimer: any similarity to actual events and persons is purely co-incidental 🙂 M&A advisors are used for selling companies, raising capital, various mergers and so on. In our series we will concern ourselves mainly with advisory mandates with regards to sale of companies. Such mandate, if done right, can make you a lot of extra […]

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CHRISTMAS MOOD

December 23rd, 2019 •

It’s Friday, just before Christmas, December 19th, 2019. I’m going to work, and the mighty Google reminds me again (?) of “How did you like the Dancing House?”… How many times have I been getting rid of these scary “services”? Where else is my data? BI is simply ubiquitous.

M&A advisors (series)

May 14th, 2021 •

Disclaimer: any similarity to actual events and persons is purely co-incidental 🙂 M&A advisors are used for selling companies, raising capital, various mergers and so on. In our series we will concern ourselves mainly with advisory mandates with regards to sale of companies. Such mandate, if done right, can make you a lot of extra […]

HR

May 5th, 2021 •

Any successful startup sooner or later gets to a situation, where capacity, knowledge and experience of the founders and their initial teams stop being enough and it’s time to tap the talent market. And then comes the surprise.

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HR

May 5th, 2021 •

Any successful startup sooner or later gets to a situation, where capacity, knowledge and experience of the founders and their initial teams stop being enough and it’s time to tap the talent market. And then comes the surprise.

Praise of COVID

April 23rd, 2021 •

Our portfolio spans from building materials to pharmaceuticals, from robotic process automation to shared bikes. The way the pandemic hit our companies varies wildly. Some got propelled to new heights, some are practically unaffected and few are being pulled under.

We’ve sold something, again… (oh, the lawyers :)

March 31st, 2021 •

Imagine a world, in which you have a company you want to sell. A buyer approaches and says: “I’ll give you 300 million for it”, you negotiate a bit and agree on 400 million, sign one page contract (seller, buyer, name of the company, price, date) and the money is in the bank after three days.

The one about pets

October 17th, 2020 •

Most of our startups have tech background and when we are considering a new investment, my time comes and we chat with the CTO of the object of our interest about IT. I am trying to get a feel if the company can scale – both the team and technology.

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