All posts tagged Funding

[UPDATED] Startup Funding and Grants in Hong Kong

Doing a startup isn’t easy, so some support along the way might be helpful, especially in Hong Kong. Although Hong Kong has one of the cheapest Big Mac‘s US$ 2.99, it is still one of the most expensive cities in the world, real estate wise and other wise that is.  Read more…

Investing in early stage startups

Thinking about doing “some angel investments into startups”? This requires a different mindset than investing in for instance stocks or bonds.

Uber, WeLabs, 8 Securities, Tesla, Angry Birds, etc, imagine you were an early stage angel investor in one (or more) of them.
Granted, they weren’t overnight successes of course, most Read more…

Picture: “Hong Kong Victoria Harbour Pano View from ICC 201105” by WiNG – Own work. Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Wikimedia Commons.

Hong Kong as startup hub for hardware startups

What can Hong Kong mean for (Dutch) hardware startups?

Hong Kong startups has many similarities with startups The Netherlands in the way of challenges and knowledge. This is the first in a series of blog posts and in this post I will highlight the Hardware part of Hong Kong, other posts will be about startups in: Logistic, Finance and Garments.
Read more…

Running out of money is not a failure

Running out of money isn’t a valid failure reason.
While making the preparations for the next version of the Postmortem Conference about Startup Lessons Learned, I sometimes see founders writing: we failed because we ran out of money. Now those founders should get causation and correlation right. Read more…

How much money should a startup raise?

Fred Wilson, from Union Square Ventures say this on the subject;

Some startups raise more Read more…