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Named after the building it now occupies, the York Butter Factory (YBF) will be Melbourne’s newest (and oldest) co-working space, as 300 or so entrepreneurs from the tech start-up industry officially launches it with an evening party. The doors at 66 King Street, Melbourne, opened last week, and during that time it has had 15 […]

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You may not have heard of Tandem Entrepreneurs, the incubator and capital fund that officially launched in July, but for entrepreneurs focused on the mobile space, they’re worth checking out. What’s different about Tandem, as we wrote in July, is that founders Doug Renert and Sunil Bhargava don’t consider themselves VCs. Instead, they’ve brought together a host […]

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We’re a tight-knit group working out of a funky office in SF. We dream up internet projects then put our code where our mouth is and put them out into the wild. We’re not scared of failure; in fact we can be quite good at it. Our objective is to have fun, build something cool […]

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It’s been over 4 years now since I have been involved with Seedcamp, as investor, board member and mentor.  In the early days was a group of entrepreneurs thinking about how to leverage the scarcest of resources (talented people’s time) and today we are two funds into a promising international initiative that is starting to deliver results. […]

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How does an early-stage investor value a startup? by Carlos Eduardo Espinal (@ceduardo) One of the most frequently asked questions at any startup event or investor panel, is “how do investors value a startup?”. The unfortunate answer to the question is: it depends. Startup valuation, as frustrating as this may be for anyone looking for a definitive […]

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