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UK venture deal volume surpasses 2000 peak

The Equity Kicker

As you can see from the chart above, 534 investments were made in the UK (above £0.5m) beating the previous high of 463, which was set back in 2000 at the height of the dotcom bubble madness. By Ascendant’s numbers, in 2016 £2.6bn was invested in the UK and Ireland, up 76% on the £1.5bn invested in 2014, but still well below the 2000 peak of £3.5bn. Yesterday Stuart McKnight/Ascendant Corporate Finance published their regular report on activity in the UK venture market.

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Austin’s 2018 VC Funding Hits Records Levels not Seen Since 2000

SiliconHills

billion in 2018, the highest on record since the dot-com boom in 2000, according to the latest MoneyTree Report from PwC and CB Insights. The post Austin’s 2018 VC Funding Hits Records Levels not Seen Since 2000 appeared first on SiliconHills. By LAURA LOREK, Publisher of Silicon Hills News Venture capital investments in Austin soared to $1.33

Death Race 2000: How Safe Will Autonomous Vehicles Need To Be?

Hunter Walker

The technology behind autonomous navigation is developing quite rapidly. From our early investment in Cruise, we’ve gotten a vantage point on just how much progress has been made in the past three years alone. But if I’m confident about the tech, I’m less sure about the target. That is, how “safe” do autonomous vehicles need to be? And what is today’s reality?

SailPoint Closes 2010 with 40 New Global 2000 Customers and Two Strategic Transactions

Austin Startup

Driven by strong customer demand for its award-winning identity governance solution, SailPoint achieved record growth in 2010, with revenue up 200% over 2009. The fourth quarter of 2010 was the company’s eighth consecutive growth quarter, highlighted by a record number of new customers. SailPoint doubled its customer base in 2010, adding 40 global companies. To support this growth, SailPoint also grew its headcount to 125 and doubled its office space in Austin, Texas.

[Review] Tell To Win

YoungUpstarts

Books & Reviews 2000 bloggers book review business strategy external communications marketing Peter Guber stories storytelling Tell To Win word of mouth Imagine watching a magical performance by David Copperfield. Rather than dazzle you with his breathtaking acts, Copperfield regales you the audience with his childhood story. He relates how his grandfather – a crusty old man – never gave Copperfield or his father the approval they craved. Suddenly, the room goes quiet.

Burning Platform: Developers, Developers.

deal architect

In September 2000, Steve Ballmer was ahead of most executives in loudly cheering for software developers. In the 31st episode of the series I am joined by James Governor, co-founder of Redmonk.

@altgate » Blog Archive » Operating System for the Classroom

Altgate

If you haven’t, the following brief video introduction is worth watching, but more importantly you just need to check out one of the 2000 or so videos on the site. @altgate Startups, Venture Capital & Everything In Between Skip to content Home Furqan Nazeeri (fn@altgate.com) ← The Real Reason Google May Fail Operating System for the Classroom Posted on March 3, 2011 by admin By now most people have heard of Sal Khan and the Khan Academy.

Marketing is Design: Three Words that Increased My E-commerce.

Software By Rob

Software by Rob Passionate about Startups and MicroISVs Lessons Learned by a Serial Entrepreneur home about press micropreneurs archives ← Expenses You Don’t Think of When Starting a Business Something Big is Coming… → Marketing is Design: Three Words that Increased My E-commerce Sales 1000% Overnight Micropreneurship , Startups If youre trying grow your startup youve come to the right place. Join nearly 6,000 startup entrepreneurs by subscribing to my RSS feed.

Corporations as the new VCs

deal architect

I remember a corporate IT exec telling me after he agreed to a meeting in 2000 with the company I had co-founded “I am not supposed to be seen with you. Startups are too risky and a waste of time. M&A in Technology Venture Capital

25 of Austin’s Hottest Startups to Watch in 2020

SiliconHills

And VC funding in Austin reached levels the city hasn’t seen since the Dot Com boom of 2000. Austin had another outstanding year with startup activity overall on the rise. In 2019, Austin-based private companies raised $1.7 billion, up almost 28 percent from 2018, another record year, according to the latest MoneyTree Report from PwC […]. The post 25 of Austin’s Hottest Startups to Watch in 2020 appeared first on SiliconHills. Austin

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The Covid-19 virus is not politically correct

Steve Blank

For example, car accidents ~ 39,000 deaths in 2019 and over three-fourths of a million dead since 2000, ~ 70,000 drug overdose deaths in 2019 and over three-fourths of a million dead since 2000. The Covid-19 virus is not politically correct.

Don’t Boil the Ocean and Other Words of Advice from Austin VCs to Entrepreneurs

SiliconHills

billion in 2018, the highest on record since the dot-com boom in 2000, according to the MoneyTree Report from PwC and CB Insights. Venture capital investment in Austin has been on the rise. VC funding hit $1.3 That’s up 70 percent from $783 million in 2017. Yet California deals still get more than 50 percent […]. The post Don’t Boil the Ocean and Other Words of Advice from Austin VCs to Entrepreneurs appeared first on SiliconHills. Austin

Don’t Make Business Decisions Based Only On Intuition

Startup Professionals Musings

One of the biggest in this decade was the merger of America Online (AOL) with Time Warner, engineered in the early 2000’s by Time Warner CEO Gerald Levin and AOL CEO Steve Case for a whopping $164 billion.

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Accelerators Have Resources To KickStart Your Startup

Startup Professionals Musings

Assuming 60 companies are accepted in a specific batch, that would mean around 2000 companies applied. One of the reasons that now is the time to be an entrepreneur is the explosion of startup assistance organizations, usually called incubators or accelerators.

The Virus Survival Strategy For Your Startup

Steve Blank

“Winter is coming.”. This is the one blog post that I hope I’m completely wrong about. With the Covid-19 virus a worldwide pandemic, if you’re leading any startup or small business, you have to be asking yourself, “What’s Plan B? And what’s in my lifeboat?”.

Why You Need To Look Beyond Big Data For Future Needs

Startup Professionals Musings

million books from 1800 to 2000 to let anyone analyze cultural trends. We are now solidly in the era of big data , where computers are capturing and processing the details of everything we do with all our interconnected devices in real time.

From co-founder to ousted CEO of 500px: Trials, errors, and lessons learned

The Next Web

Shortly after the news hit the media, Gutsol left Canada where he’s lived since 2000 after moving from Ukraine, and he spent a few months in the Dominican Republic. Started in the early 2000s as a community on the LiveJournal blogging platform, 500px has become one of the most popular places in the internet to store professional and amateur photos, with more than 50 million images in its archives.

Is the Lean Startup Dead?

Steve Blank

Most entrepreneurs today don’t remember the Dot-Com bubble of 1995 or the Dot-Com crash that followed in 2000. The idea of the Lean Startup was built on top of the rubble of the 2000 Dot-Com crash. As valuations have long passed the peak of the 2000 Internet bubble, VC’s and founders who previously had to wait until they sold their company or took it public to make money no longer have to wait. A version of this article first appeared in the Harvard Business Review.

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Sevens Don't Get Funded

This is going to be BIG.

I get 2000 things passing through my inbox in any given year, and I make about ten investments per year. How excited do you think I am if I’m only picking the top 10 out of 2000? Ask any VC how excited on a scale of one to ten they are about their latest deal, and they’ll tell you eleven out of ten.

Why Venture Capital No Longer Defines Innovation

ReadWriteStart

In 2000, venture capitalists poured a staggering $112.2 According to Dow Jones VentureSource Senior Manager of Corporate Communications Kim Gagliardi, 3,404 venture financing rounds were completed in 2011, down 47% from the 6,361 closed in 2000. That was up 29% over 2000 in just five years. Today’s venture capital deal flow to innovative new companies looks a lot like a fat man trying to squeeze into a slim Italian suit. It just doesn’t fit.

A Tale of Profit First Success from Sherri Tafoya, President & founder of Custom Blinds & Design

Mike Michalowicz

in February 2000 – part time, with the goal to quit my full-time job within one year. By the end of December, 2000 I had sold over $100,000 in Hunter Douglas shadings, through my company, Custom Blinds for Less, Inc. I started this in business part-time, in 2000, loaded with a prayer and a fully stocked min-van. I went from zero dollars in 2000 when I stocked my van with samples, to finishing out 2019 with $3.8

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The Lindy Effect on startup potential

A Smart Bear: Startups and Marketing for Geeks

Will you ever get 2000? I hope so, but most companies that do get 100 never get 2000. ” Going from 1000 to 2000 in six months is more like it.). The first 90 percent of the code accounts for the first 10 percent of the development time. The remaining 10 percent of the code accounts for the other 90 percent of the development time. — Tom Cargill, Bell Labs.

What Is A Many To Many Business? (And How Can This Model Produce Billion Dollar Outcomes)

Entrepreneurs-Journey.com by Yaro Starak

Tweet During the dot com boom around the year 2000, and the years that followed it (this was before I started blogging in 2004), I was a guy in his early twenties looking for a business idea to make my riches with online.

What Is A Many-To-Many Business And How Can This Model Produce Billion Dollar Outcomes

Entrepreneurs-Journey.com by Yaro Starak

During the dot-com boom around the year 2000, and the years that followed (before I started this blog in 2005), I was a guy in his early twenties looking for a business idea to make my riches. At that stage, I had built a handful of websites. They were hobby. The post What Is A Many-To-Many Business And How Can This Model Produce Billion Dollar Outcomes appeared first on Entrepreneurs-Journey.com.

Why Traders Should Be Using MetaTrader 4

YoungUpstarts

Established in 2000 in Russia, the MetaQuotes Software Corporation has arguably revolutionised mobile trading in developed companies across the globe.

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Have you heard? Eyeballs aren’t everything.

Berkonomics

Remembering the insanity before 2000. But, when the bubble burst in 2000, most of us quickly grew up. Remember when?

Startup CXO: A Field Guide to Scaling Up Your Company’s Critical Functions and Teams

Feld Thoughts

I’ve been working with Matt since 2000. Matt Blumberg has a new book out titled Startup CXO: A Field Guide to Scaling Up Your Company’s Critical Functions and Teams. It’s a follow-up to his previous book, Startup CEO: A Field Guide to Scaling Up Your Business.

An Open Letter to Startup Founders Everywhere in a Time of Crisis

David Cohen

In 2000, the Internet bubble burst. March 30, 2020. Founders, I’m talking to you. I’m one of you. Your world and mine are different than they were three weeks ago. A virus has changed everything for your businesses and for your family.

Investment vs. Speculation

Feld Thoughts

They happily traded equities for me, which mostly just cost me fees in the end, although I covered it all with a crazy transaction into a weird Exchange Fund that GS created in 2000. I reread Enough.: True Measures of Money, Business, and Life by John C. Bogle over the weekend.

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Is Uber Really Worth $40 ($50?) Billion?

Mucker Lab

Now among the world’s most iconic Internet companies, Uber is often compared to eBay circa 2000. This is the second part of my last post. Uber’s stratospheric valuation has joined “the weather” as the conversation topic of last resort at awkward dinner and lunch meetings. Without any hard numbers or rigorous analysis, I’ve alternatively played the role of brainless cheerleader and green-eyed skeptic – neither of which has convinced people that I’m a thoughtful and intelligent human being.

The Israeli Unicorn Landscape

VC Cafe

in 2000, M-Systems, inventor the disk-on-key, was acquired for $1.6 The Israeli tech ecosystem has made its mark globally since its early days somewhere in the 1990s. With $8.3 billion raised in 2019 and $9.9 billion in exits in 2019 alone, Israel punches above its weight.

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Social Solutions Global Buys Community Techknowledge

SiliconHills

The company will become part of Social Solutions Global, which was founded in 2000 and has more than […] The post Social Solutions Global Buys Community Techknowledge appeared first on SiliconHills. Social Solutions Global from Baltimore announced Monday it has acquired Austin-based Community Techknowledge. Both companies are privately held and the financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. CTK, founded in 1999, has more than 60 employees.

Patent Trolls Threaten to Bankrupt Companies and Stifle Innovation

SiliconHills

The online retailer, founded in 2000 now has 60 employees, and faces multiple “patent troll” lawsuits which threaten to drain it of all of its cash, Baker told a seven-person [.] By LAURA LOREK Founder of Silicon Hills News Without patent reform, Living Direct might have to file for bankruptcy, said Mark Baker, its general counsel.

Finding The Right Angel Investor For Your New Venture

Startup Professionals Musings

Since its founding in 2000, its members have invested over $800 million dollars in over 800 companies in technology, consumer products, healthcare/life sciences, real estate and other segments with high growth potential. If your startup is looking for an angel investor, it makes sense to present your plan to flocks of angels, and assume that at least one will swoop down and scoop you up. Or does it? Actually numbers and locations are just the beginning.

Sailpoint Doubles in 2011

Austin Startup

SailPoint’s customer roster now features more than 100 Global 2000 companies spanning 25 countries. SailPoint today announced it posted record annual revenue growth in 2011 and closed its largest growth quarter to date in Q4 2011. The company’s momentum resulted from growing customer demand in all geographies and the strong industry validation SailPoint received in 2011 as an identity management market leader.

LiveOak Venture Partners Sees Lots of Quality Startup Deals in Austin and Texas

SiliconHills

In 2000, during the Dot Com boom, an enormous amount of money flowed into companies even though they did not have viable ideas and were also not disciplined with spending money, said […] The post LiveOak Venture Partners Sees Lots of Quality Startup Deals in Austin and Texas appeared first on SiliconHills. By LAURA LOREK Founder of Silicon Hills News Right now is the best time to be in the venture capital business in Austin.

Rackspace’s CEO Lanham Napier Retires

SiliconHills

Since April of 2000, Lanham Napier has worked at Rackspace Hosting. At first, Lanham served as Rackspace’s Chief Financial Officer and later President and then Chief Executive Officer. He oversaw the company grow from a startup to a publicly traded company with $1.5 billion in revenue and 200,000 customers. On Monday, Napier announced his retirement […] The post Rackspace’s CEO Lanham Napier Retires appeared first on SiliconHills. San Antonio

10 Business Areas Where Data Is The Key To The Future

Startup Professionals Musings

According to IBM , companies have captured more data in the last two years than in the previous 2000 years. Even though ‘big data’ has now been around for several years, the opportunities for startups seem to keep growing, just as the amount of data keeps growing. This data comes from sensors, social media posts, digital pictures and videos, purchase transactions, everywhere. Every day, we create 2.5

The rise of the “successful” unsustainable company

A Smart Bear: Startups and Marketing for Geeks

invested, IPO’ed in 2000 for $32/share — stock price now $2. It’s appalling what passes for “successful entrepreneurship” in the press or the Valley, but it’s not their fault. Witness, for example, this terrific Fast Company article on Bill Nguyen , serial entrepreneur who’s seventh startup “Color” famously raised $41m for a new mobile app before it even launched. The launch, by the way, was a failure. And it’s now bankrupt.)

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Reasons Not To Make Decisions Today On Gut Instincts

Startup Professionals Musings

One of the biggest in this decade was the merger of America Online (AOL) with Time Warner, engineered in the early 2000’s by Time Warner CEO Gerald Levin and AOL CEO Steve Case for a whopping $164 billion. I still know some entrepreneurs who boast of simply following their gut instincts, rather than listen to anyone or any data, to make strategic decisions. We’ve all worked with autocratic leaders in large companies who seem to thrive in this mode.

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How Your Business Cards Can Be Designed To Impress New Contacts

YoungUpstarts

There’s a famous passage in Brett Easton Ellis’ 1991 novel American Psycho , and its cinematic release of 2000, whereby the main antagonist Patrick Bateman and a bunch of his colleagues share their latest business cards.

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8 Self-Check Questions That Keep Leaders Up At Night

Startup Professionals Musings

Thankfully, most mistakes won’t be as spectacular as the America Online merger with Time Warner for $350 billion, back in 2000, engineered by then superstar entrepreneurs Stephen M. Even entrepreneurs who have built many startups, or sold their last one for millions of dollars, know they make occasional people leadership mistakes. They know leadership is all about managing their own complicated, illogical, and fallible human foibles, as well as the people they depend on.

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