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The Internet is rife with stories of overnight startup successes or articles about university drop-outs, who built unicorn startups without any money or experience. While of course, there are a few real success cases, the reality is that you really need to take most of the stories on the Internet with a pinch of criticism and rational thinking.
Are you ready to learn the most common startup terms? Ever heard of MVP or VC? Let us make you the smartest startupper in the room.
In these series, we will go through all the technical aspects that you as a founder should know before launching a new software venture.
In this blog post, we will illustrate numerous useful tips and tactics, as well as a step-by-step approach which will save you lots of hassle and help you build an app the most economical way.
In the last blog post, we told you about the Seed investment round and its effects on a startup. In this post, we will speak about other investment rounds.
The rounds that follow Seed Investment are in the alphabetical order Series A, B, and C funding rounds.
As the name suggests seed investment means money used as a seed to plant a tree. Normally, it is the very first formal stage of fundraising in which the amount of money, which is raised during the seed investment is the lowest compared to all the subsequent rounds (series A, B and C). Curious to find out more? Read our article! 🤙
In the IT world, the term MVP very frequently pops up here and there. Whoever starts his startup journey should be aware of its meaning and application, as, when properly made, MVP can prevent a huge waste of time and money.🤙
Choosing a proper programming language for your venture might look scary and hard. After all, it is something that many IT companies struggle with. Don’t worry though! In this blogpost we will tell you how to choose a programming language, which will perfectly correspond to your needs!