Raising venture capital in down market

Best companies are built in down cycles – Why this is true and how to take advantage of it

Eze Vidra

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The best companies are built in down cycles because they have to be scrappy and resourceful. These companies focus on their core product or service, build a strong team of passionate individuals who buy into the company’s mission, and create a culture of frugality which allows them to weather tough times and emerge stronger on the other side.

They are not distracted by shiny objects, such as new technology or flashy advertising campaigns. Instead, they focus on their core product or service and build a loyal customer base over time.

They often hire talented employees at lower salaries during down cycles, which allows them to keep costs low while still offering competitive wages.

They may also acquire struggling businesses at bargain prices during down markets due to lack of competition (due to consolidation among competitors). This opportunity can allow them to quickly expand their business and gain market share.

Finally, they take advantage of opportunities that arise during downturns such as hiring great talent at lower salaries or acquiring struggling businesses at bargain prices

The big technology trends are unfolding – What they are and why they matter for your business

It’s important to stay up to date on the latest technology trends in order to remain competitive. Some of the most important are artificial intelligence (AI), the Internet of Things (IoT), and virtual reality (VR).

Each of these technologies has vast potential for businesses, and it’s important to understand why they’re so powerful before exploring how they can be used. For example, AI can help improve customer service by automating processes, IoT can help create smart products and services by tracking data streams, and VR can be used for immersive experiences that enhance users’ overall experience.

By understanding these technologies and how to capitalize on their opportunities, you’ll be able to thrive in an ever-changing market landscape.

Seed investment activity continues to be strong – How to raise seed capital in a down market

Seed investment activity continues to be strong in the current market conditions, despite banks being less willing to lend money to startups. There are a number of ways to raise seed capital in a down market, including online crowdfunding platforms and government grants. However, it is important to carefully consider all options before making a decision because some may be more risky than others. In general, raising seed capital in a down market requires creative thinking and perseverance. But with the right approach, it is still possible to get the funding you need to start your business or project.

  • This article was entirely generated with AI

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Eze Vidra

Managing Partner at Remagine Ventures. Founder of Techbikers, Campus London and VC Cafe, proud Xoogler. On the boards of Chargifi, HourOne, Vault AI and EchoAR