After the educational whirlwind that we passed through in weeks #5 and #6, we’re now headed into the fourth learning session of the YC’s Startup School online massive course. Fundraising is a topic that is very close to us at the moment. Not only that we’re actively talking with both angel investors and venture capital funds but we’re also trying to learn the nuts and bolts of establishing a proper strategic relationship with investors. It turns out that – based on our experience so far – talking with investors is more art than science. Meaning that there’s nothing complicated to learn how a founder should introduce himself, his company, his product, and his vision. This is not a rocket science and[…]

We can’t really believe that we’re halfway through Startup School already. A lot of work has been accomplished so far but we assure you that the best is still yet to come. We won’t waste your time and attention on empty words. Instead, let’s go and learn what week #5 and week #6 of the Startup School (SUS) program looked like. Learning Session #3: Week #5: Sales and Building a Sales Team + Building an Engineering Team + How to Apply and Succeed at Y Combinator: If you’re trying to convince someone to buy your product, to work with you or to invest in your startup and you don’t even undersand what you’re talking about, you have already lost! Simply going for[…]

Just having finished the first learning session of the YC’s Startup School (SUS) a few days ago, and we’re now literally onto the second one with a full speed ahead. The more we dive into the Startup School, the more we advance in our product development and fundraising efforts. The feedback that we get regarding our product prototype is extremely positive and the advice we get from the entire community and our mentor is definitely helping us towards clearing out our concept, one-liner, and other materials such as the pitch deck and the video presentation of the product. We’ll provide a more thorough explanation about our work during the SUS in a different post. But for now, we’ll set that[…]

As of August 21, 2018, we were officially accepted in the Y Combinator’s Startup School Advisor Track, which we consider to be another great achievement. As a team that puts its best endeavors into every activity – whether that refers to product development, equity fundraising or team formation – we are glad that such an interesting learning opportunity has been provided to us. During the duration of the course (10 weeks in total), we firmly intend to complete all the necessary tasks and be extremely engaged with the learning community in order to not only receive a certificate of completion and win a $10K in equity-free grand funding but also to stand out from the rest of the participants and build[…]

As part of the Advisor Track, we will be a member of a group of about 25 companies with an expert advisor with whom we will meet regularly during the course

This unique accelerator platform provides the company with all the help required for success in terms of Economy of Things

Although first, this article sets the foundation of incoming research endeavors that we intend to encounter with the scientific world in order to prove the commercial potential of our technology

As a “Seal of Excellence” holder, we’re delighted to be given the access to the platform where various public and private investment institutions meet