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Spiderwort完成種子輪融資 維港投資領投

圖為Spiderwort兩位聯合創辦人,分別為行政總裁Charles M. Cuerrier(左一),以及科技總監(CSO)Andrew E. Pelling(右一)。 加拿大醫療設備公司.

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邱達根嘆港初創疫市融資難 家族投資者佔多 避險寧作壁上觀

邱達根年初已提醒旗下已投資的項目要盡快融資,否則須等到明年才有機會。(黃潤根攝)

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過億人單拖生活掀孤獨經濟投資熱 (松仁)

健身房開到成行成市,可謂孤獨健身的最領先企業。(超級猩猩網上圖片)

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印尼版阿里掀東南亞融資熱 (松仁)

本文作者松仁,為《信報》撰寫專欄「私募廣角鏡」 Tokopedia目前已經佔有整個印尼市場的45%,平台上有超過25種共1.

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初創實踐ESG有助建品牌 戈壁:及早起步帶來估值溢價

原文刊於信報財經新聞「ESG現在掌握未來」 唐啟波提到,由於ESG覆蓋範圍廣泛,即使是初創公司,亦總會找到方法去實踐。(何澤攝) 環境、社會及管治(ESG)近年備受工商界重視,就連初創公司亦開始推動ESG。戈壁創投合

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Which VCs have been the busiest in Southeast Asia?

Every day, 100k+ smart people read our newsletter. You can sign up here. In this new era of doing everything from home, keeping active in both body and mind has become more important than ever. Put on that yoga video, pick up that new book, and play that game (aka Among Us)!

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Venture Funding Trends Intact

The NVCA and Pitch Book are out with their Q3 report on the VC industry and what they report is that the VC industry continues to be very active throughout the pandemic. Deal counts and deal values are stable to up over last year.

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美國科技圈新上市模式?林之晨:反向IPO爆發,SPAC的金融創新

美國科技圈近期一個熱門議題,就是SPAC的大爆發。 SPAC是「Special Purpose Acquisition Com-pany」的縮寫,或稱「空白支票IPO」──由一家無商業模式的空殼公司,去申請IPO(首次公開募股),載明掛牌目的是募得一筆資金,再轉頭去收

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Software Giant Atlassian Launches US$50M Fund To Invest In Its Ecosystem

Atlassian Venture will invest between US$250,000 and $6 million in exchange for equity Sydney, Australia-based tech company Atlassian, which provides team collaboration and development softwares, announced the launch of Atlassian Ventures, a US$50 million fund aimed at strengthening its global devel

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創投配對平台AI薦商機 吸引「天使」注資本地初創

陳伊娜(左)指出,身為創業投資者,如今亦成為初創創辦人,故清楚創投界有什麼缺失;旁為其拍檔、印度裔港大生Aditya Mehta。(黃俊耀攝)

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Steve Jurvetson on 20 Years of Friendship with Elon Musk, How To Analyse Market Timing, Why Venture Does Not Scale & Why He Has Never Sold A Share in Any Company He Holds

Steve Jurvetson is the Co-Founder @ Future Ventures who announced their debut and flagship $200M Fund in 2019. Steve’s incredible portfolio includes the likes of SpaceX, Tesla, Planet, Memphis Meats, Hotmail, and the deep learning companies Mythic and Nervana.

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Yash Sankrityayan posted on LinkedIn

[#podcast] Super excited to share episode 7 with Helen Pei-Hua Wong, Partner at Qiming Venture Partners.

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Not So Hyperactive

The second quarter of 2020 is now behind us and we will see the data on it soon. I suspect what we will see is a very active venture capital market, quite the opposite of what was initially expected. Well the data is out and its not quite as active as I had thought.

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Reviewing The CEO’S Performance

The CEO is an interesting case when it comes to performance reviews. They manage an entire company and they specifically manage the senior leadership team. They do not have a single reporting supervisor. They report to a Board.

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以色列股權眾籌平台疫市發圍

各國因應疫情封城鎖國,對商業活動構成重大打擊。在初創及科技領域,公司管理層未能跟客戶和潛在投資者會面商談,導致不少融資交易難以成事。

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A step-by-step guide to crafting the perfect fundraising pitch deck

While it’s hard to tell a startup what exactly to put in its pitch deck, there’s an effective framework that can help a company build one. As one of the more famous VC firms in the world, Sequoia Capital’s pitch deck is worthy of a deep review, and it can be a model for any company.

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Hong Kong-based Lever VC announces RMB 200M Alternative Protein Fund

Lever VC, a U.S. and Hong Kong-based alternative protein venture capital fund, has launched an RMB 200 million (approximately US$28 million) joint investment fund and accelerator, to fund Chinese plant-based and cell-cultivated meat and dairy companies, the firm announced in a statement today.

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[Exclusive] Half of India’s unicorns have Chinese investors. What happens now?

Bengaluru: Even as geopolitical tensions intensify between India and China, the dragon still holds sway over the startup ecosystem, with half of the Indian unicorns backed by Chinese investors.

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補充創科生態缺口 (Innovate for Future邱達根)

IF召集人邱達根建議,港府可考慮運用未來基金,支持本地初創發展。(盧詠賢攝)

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中美基金融資考慮 (海闊天空創投文立)

文立提到,若初創打算在內地上市,宜先考慮人民幣架構基金。(盧詠賢攝)

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Our Investment Framework Post-COVID-19

There’s no doubt that COVID-19 has affected nearly every industry globally.

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10 ways to redesign venture finance for a more inclusive post-COVID world

Impact investing was created to revolutionize capital markets. Instead, we are replicating them. This needs to change. The good news is, the structures we need to reform the capital system already exist.

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Is RBF an alternative to traditional loans and venture capital?

The era of “move fast and break things” looks to be over. Once conducive to unicorns and venture capitalists with a kingmaker bent, this high-growth and high-risk mentality is losing appeal among business owners amid decreasing stock prices and the economic fallout from the Covid-19 pandemic.

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A new accelerator’s pro-founder solution to investor ‘bad behavior’

For Mikaal Abdulla, founder of Hong Kong-based personal finance startup 8 Securities, raising venture capital can be “miserable,” no thanks to flaky investors who disappear after signing term sheets or indiscreet backers who share confidential data with competitors, just to name a few.

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Is RBF an alternative to traditional loans and venture capital?

The era of “move fast and break things” looks to be over. Once conducive to unicorns and venture capitalists with a kingmaker bent, this high-growth and high-risk mentality is losing appeal among business owners amid decreasing stock prices and the economic fallout from the Covid-19 pandemic.

An increasingly common alternative is revenue-based financing: loans that are repaid as a percentage of revenue with a cap on the amount repaid or the repayment timeline.  

Adobe Capital in Mexico uses revenue-based debtto allocate capital into growth impact enterprises since 2012. These agreements are convertible to equity based on the amount of debt outstanding. The value to entrepreneurs is that they provide access to less-dilutive risk capital and which doesn’t require follow-on fundraising if the company establishes its cash flow or qualifies for a bank loan. Contrary to traditional debt, the agreements offer flexible payment schedules and initial grace periods well suited to early growth stage social enterprises. 

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A new accelerator’s pro-founder solution to investor ‘bad behavior’

For Mikaal Abdulla, founder of Hong Kong-based personal finance startup 8 Securities, raising venture capital can be “miserable,” no thanks to flaky investors who disappear after signing term sheets or indiscreet backers who share confidential data with competitors, just to name a few.

Read more: https://bit.ly/2TRLYU4

China unicorn creation falls to six-year low as investors play it safe

HONG KONG (Reuters) – China’s rate of creating unicorns has dropped to a six-year low as venture capital funds shy away from early-stage funding while the economic impact of the coronavirus outbreak batters portfolio investments.

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5 Tips for Pitching VCs in Virtual Times

Guest Post: The following post is a sponsored guest post by JD Weinstein, Oracle for Startups. All views and opinions represented in this post are the views and opinions of Oracle for Startups and do not represent those of 500 Startups or any of its staff or affiliates.

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Still Open For Business

If you search for “vc open for business” on Twitter, you will see almost universal scorn for the idea that VCs are open for business right now. But our experience doesn’t match that scorn.

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6 Things You Need to Know About VC Syndication Deals

If you’re looking to raise millions of dollars in VC funding, you may need to syndicate your deal. Here’s what you need to know.It’s incredibly hard to connect with VCs. Even if you manage to get that meeting with a VC, the chances of being rejected are still pretty high.

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