Lots of startups do not know the exact value of there company at seed round and they end up either devaluation or high valuation.
How to achieve more diversity in business space like turmoil and become more relevant
A company which use to be the largest computer brand in the world in 1990s
JUMIA a tech startup operating in Africa set its goals to be the next Amazon of Africa, investing heavily in e-commerce across different countries in the continent. Backed up by deep pockets invest...
How is it that they reached unicorn status when it's rumored thattthat had no traction, no product and no revenue. Is it because they created a category so none of the usual "rules" apply to them?
Before tinder online dating was something for old people and weirdos. Now it's as mainstream as it gets. It also cleared the road for some clones like bumble which are incredibly popular.
Fisker Automotive looked like it was going to be a top competitor for Musk and Tesla, then it just filed for bankruptcy "out of nowhere".
Biggest Financial Scandal in Germany since WW2, has had a rippling effect for a bunch of FinTech companies in Europe, with the UK Financial Conduct Authority blocking them from operating preventing...
Over 5 big companies including Facebook and Saudi Investment fund haver
invested in it.
It was really successful game development studio, which failed. A lot of people know it's games (Walking Dead series is probably most famous), but not many know why excactly it failed. I think it c...
something like WeChat model
Maize Meal Manufacturing company that produces 100 tons of maize meal each day.
A company that sells hardware + a SaaS subscription to go with it.
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