Andalucia Emprende

La Red Territorial de Apoyo a Emprendedores es un instrumento de la Junta de Andalucía puesto al servicio de las personas emprendedoras y empresas de la Comunidad. Gestionada por Andalucía Emprende, esta red cuenta en la actualidad con más de 200 Centros de Apoyo al Desarrollo Empresarial, distribuidos en 37 zonas CADE, desde donde un cualificado equipo técnico de especialistas en las distintas materias empresariales, presta servicios de apoyo a la creación y consolidación de empresas y empleo, dando cobertura al 100% de los municipios andaluces.
Además, estos especialistas prestan servicios destinados a identificar los sectores emergentes de cada territorio, articular los tejidos productivos locales y fomentar la cultura emprendedora en la sociedad, mediante el desarrollo de acciones de dinamización.
www.andaluciaemprende.es

La Caixa
La Caixa is one of the largest banks in Spain and Europe, and it’s the one that most involved in new technologies, startups and venture capital investment.
www.lacaixa.es

MV&A

MV & A is one of the 15 largest law firms in Spain in account control and bussines law. MV & A manages the interests of some of the most important companies in Andalusia.
www.mv-asociados.es

Serendipia
Serendipia is a new coworking space in Cordoba. It offers services and work-space for more than 50 companies. Serendipia is expected to shelter the most innovative startups in Andalusia in its early stages.

coworking-cordoba.es

Universidad Loyola

Pasión por conocer, compromiso por transformar, exelencia, vocación de servicio, universialidad y apertura
uloyola.es

Indra

Indra es la multinacional de Consultoría y Tecnología líder en España y Latinoamérica. Ofrece soluciones y servicios tecnológicos para los sectores de Transporte y Tráfico, Energía e Industria, Administración Pública y Sanidad, Servicios Financieros, Seguridad y Defensa y Telecom y Media.
indracompany.com

High-Level Revenue Concepts Made Easy by Munjal Shah

Posted by Jonathan Greechan on 2014-04-23

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In the video below, Munjal explains the differences between symmetric versus asymmetic revenue models and breaks down the concept of simplifying the "steps to revenue".

Munjal Shah is the Co-Founder & CEO of Like.com (which was acquired by Google to create Google Shopping) and a Charter Member of TiE Bangalore

If you have a startup idea and want to pitch directly to Munjal, please register for the special Founder Hotseat Webinar this week to receive direct feedback from a startup expert.

As Munjal explains;
On the Internet, it doesn't cost you anything to sell an additional item to an additional person or to have an addtional person to use your site. As a result of that, the asymmetric models dominate because the best way to market your services is to make it free. And therefore your customers who use your product are not the ones who pay for it."

               

If you could benefit from expert training and feedback to launch a company, apply to the Founder Institute today. We are currently accepting applications across India including Bangalore, Hyderabad, and many other cities worldwide

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