Who invest in companies like INFINITI?
"Problem Founder Fit" technology is a solution for startups and investors to match the right founder with the right problem. It's a process that helps in finding the ideal fit between the founder and the problem they are trying to solve. The technology works in the following steps:
Finding the ideal founders for high-potential startups requires a strategic approach that considers a variety of factors. Here are some steps to help you find the right fit:
Raising funds for a startup can be done in several ways, including:
There are many different business models that a startup could use, depending on the industry, product or service, and target market. Some examples include:
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Idea of the day: Scaling the brain
In 1970, Xerox wanted to buy a million dollars of Apple’s stock. Intrigued, Steve Jobs agreed to the deal under the condition that he could visit Xerox’s secret laboratory. Xerox executives showed Jobs how they had invented a computer small enough to fit on a desk. “They were copier-heads who had no clue about what a computer could do,” Steve Jobs recounted during a 1996 interview, “Xerox could have owned the entire computer industry… [But] Picasso had a saying. He said, ‘Good artists copy, great artists steal.’ And we have always been shameless about stealing great ideas.”
INFINITI is acronym of Investment Financial IT Incubator. Investment neo-bank with IT infrastructure serving private and public companies with M&A of early stage IT startups, corporate finance and strategic advisory services.