Bernat Farrero, Jordi Romero, and Juan Rodríguez, 3 of Itnig Fund’s main partners, reflect on why they decided to invest in early-stage startups, and what type of entrepreneurs they are looking for.Continue reading “Why Itnig Bets On Early-Stage Startups”
Brant Cooper, the author of The New York Times Bestseller “The Lean Entrepreneur”, gave an insightful startup Q&A session at Itnig.
Brant answers the following questions:
- What does ‘brand’ mean for a startup?
- How can a startup find its market segment?
- Should a startup focus on a large market or a niche market?
- How should a startup scale?
- How can a startup get more users?
- The problems of launching a product without being prepared
Bernat Farrero and Juan Rodríguez interview Nico Bour to explore the case of Uvinum, a wine marketplace. Nico explains the reasons behind the founding of the company, the problems involved in this kind of market, and the critical decisions that allowed the company to grow until its acquisition by Pernod Ricard.Continue reading “Uvinum: Growing and Selling a Wine Marketplace”
Bernat Farrero interviews Manuel Fernandez, COO of Freepik, to explore the business model and one of the most relevant acquisition of Spanish startups, being acquired for more than 250 million euros by EQT.Continue reading “Freepik: Its Business Model and Acquisition”
RevenueCat, a San Francisco-based startup, is a simple API that allows developers to analyze and manage their app subscriptions on both iOS and Android devices. They have raised more than 16 million euros, have gone through YCombinator and have been invested by people like Jason Lemkin.Continue reading “RevenueCat: Building a Company in Silicon Valley with YCombinator”