Syra Coffee is a specialty coffee brand with several coffee shops in Barcelona. On the other hand, Itnig invests in technology projects. What do a coffee brand and an investment fund for tech startups have in common?Continue reading “How Syra Coffee Joined the Itnig Family”
Jordi Romero interviews Benoit Menardo and Avinash Sukhwani, co-founders of Payflow, one of the last startups in which Itnig has invested through the Itnig Fund.Continue reading “Payflow Raises €1,6 Million – Interview with Founders”
Knowing how to pitch your business is a very important part of your startup’s success. No matter how unique or innovative your business idea is, it is all about how you sell it to the right people. A startup pitch needs to be well-thought and planned out so that the investors find it interesting enough.Continue reading “How to Craft a Winning Startup Pitch to Attract Investors”
Today, it’s possible to network in many events and meet potential partners or investors. Moreover, organizers have come to realize that creating an event where investors and projects meet is interesting for the audience as well as for the entrepreneurs. A few companies and events suggest nowadays the opportunity to pitch in front of investors in Europe and other parts of the world.Continue reading “Recurrent Pitch to Investors Events in Europe in 2020”
Factorial raises € 15 million and Itnig interviews Jordi Romero, CEO, and co-founder. This is Factorial’s third round and the highest in 2020 for a Spain-based startup. Factorial is one of Itnig’s startups, founded in late 2016. Itnig is a startup ecosystem with a coworking and investment fund for early-stage projects.