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Thrive launches its 7th Accelerator Program for agri-food startups

Thrive, the top global accelerator in the agri-food technological industry and the most active investor in the sector, has opened an application process for its 7th Accelerator Program.  Thrive is looking for emerging agri-food / agriculture technological companies from any value chain area with a technology that led us to a more efficient, sustainable and safe future. The companies must be in …

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Startup vs. traditional company: the coming of age

We could define a startup as an emerging company, with a high technological component, strong growth potential and an innovative idea behind it. Considering this definition, you can easily determine if a new business is a startup, but when does it cease to be a startup?

Camels. The new species of startups in times of COVID19

There are an increasing number of ways to refer to a startup. One of the best known terms is the unicorn, the name given to a company that reaches a value of more than 1,000 MM dollars before going public.

Mooevo wins the Startup 2020 Expansion Award in the category of Mobility and Smart Cities

Despite the Coronavirus crisis, at Fellow Funders we would like to finish this year with optimism, and we have found recently some reasons to celebrate. We should add both the success of Mooevo to the recent profit in GreyGlasses, which has successfully closed its round; and of EasyCharger with its four new charging stations. Mooevo is focused on the electric mobility and they trusted us …

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Investment in Start-ups remains stable in the first quarter of this year

Fundación Innovación Bankinter is committed to support the Spanish entrepreneurs. Therefore, they have created the Observatorio sobre el Ecosistema de Startups en España (Observatory on the Ecosystem of Startups in Spain) to act as a barometer of the entrepreneurial sphere within the economy. Likewise, it seeks to provide the entrepreneurs a tool of information and detection of useful trends.

Let’s find a solution for the startups in Spain ASAP!

We have seen the that Spanish Government launched measures to ensure the liquidity of companies affected by COVID-19. In recent weeks they have focused mainly on freelancers, SMEs and large companies. However, thestartups in Spain have been forgotten… Once again!!!

The winning startups of this crisis

Some trends will be accelerated in the upcoming weeks when we come back to ‘new normality’ and they will not stop. Although the situation is not easy, there are technological businesses such as education, finance or health that would emerge strengthened from this situation.

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