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Future of Work Journey
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How to Hack Investors
You need to be very careful with who you are getting into bed with.
When you onboard an investor, that institution or individual becomes part of your cap table, and it’s for the long run.
It is well known that divorcing your wife or husband is much easier than divorcing your investor. You need to be very careful with who you are getting into bed with.
The recipe for a successful business: one amazing idea, a great team and initial capital.
If the last ingredient is all you need, I’ll tell you what different types of investors are there for funding your startup. How are they different? Which may be a good match and when?
About TNW (The Next Web):
TNW is a global digital brand that informs, inspires and connects people who love tech, through media, events, and services.
Primarily known for its media outlet thenextweb.com and award-winning tech event TNW Conference, TNW also incorporates a co-working label (TQ.co), a global startup database (Index.co) and delivers custom innovation programs to corporates, governments and investors via TNW X.
(The Financial Times has recently acquired a controlling stake in TNW)
Head of Investor Relations
Global Product Evolution
How to develop your product for different markets
SignAll is dedicated to developing innovative technology that enables spontaneous communication between the Deaf and hearing. This results in more opportunities for connection, integration, and personal/professional development between the two worlds.
Our intention is to introduce SignAll to the Global Markets fulfilling their different demands.
Hope our experiences help you to prepare for market entry by identifying also the proper product. Join us!
SignAll Technologies Zrt.
SignAll is the only company in the world which is able to translate sign language automatically. Thanks to its patent-pending computer vision solution, SignAll can save organizations up to 80% of costs associated with sign language translation, a multi-billion dollar market in the U.S. alone. SignAll is eliminating communication barriers, maximizing the opportunity for vocational careers and employment of the deaf working force, and helping companies to meet their accessibility requirements.
Mihály Ákos Pintér
Chief Strategy Officer
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