Information and updates for investors
Birgit Thumecke discusses some of the powerful insights she gleaned from her recent fundraising trip in San Francisco.
Research by leading venture capital firm Openview Venture Partners has identified some key factors for SaaS platform growth
The global ticketing and event technology platform's IPO exceeded expectations, highlighting the great tech investment opportunities in the events market.
The prospect of high-margin recurring revenue is driving early-stage venture capital investment in SaaS companies to new heights.
In this edition of EventerTalk, Barry, head of digital marketing, and Marc Steyn, head of content, discuss the objectives and outcomes of the recent Eventerprise Roadshow in Silicon Valley.
The Eventerprise team was extremely pleased to receive a glowing endorsement from experienced Silicon Valley entrepreneur and Angel investor, Peter Henry.
Philippe Botteri at Accel made some interesting points about SaaS. This infographic explores how SaaS is destroying traditional software even in Europe.
The Eventerprise team attended a workshop for executives and senior leaders in San Francisco hosted by Microsoft, which focused on exploring new business opportunities and how to implement competitive strategies.
Eventerprise CEO and co-founder, Götz Thümecke and head of digital, Barry Blassoples, introduced the events platform to a group of tech investors at a special pitch event organised by angel investor group, Tech Coast Angels, in Irvine, Orange County.
Eventerprise CEO, Götz Thümecke, and head of digital, Barry Blassoples, have successfully kicked off the event platform's US partnership with investment specialists and advisory firm, Act 5 Ventures, at an investor event in San Francisco.
With digital transformation affecting all aspects of a business, strategic partnerships that could future-proof your company have become a priority for many CEOs. But what are the key reasons for collaboration and how do you identify the ideal partner?
Corporate social responsibility has the ability to boost brand trust, loyalty and in turn sales. Here are three ways that giving back can help your early-stage company grow faster.
Choosing the right approach to enter a market is of critical importance for successful market activation, which is why after much research Eventerprise chose a pocket strategy for its US market entry. Find out why we chose this route.
Making sure your workforce has the right skills for future growth has become one of the biggest headaches for business leaders. Collaboration with early-stage tech companies can promote a better understanding of the latest digital and business development skills, and how to transfer them to your employees.
An Eventerprise road show team is doing the rounds in Dubai, Los Angeles, and San Francisco this February and March to introduce Eventerprise to potential investors and cooperation partners. If event tech, SaaS, and digital platforms pique your interest, get in touch.
Digital platforms have taken the world by storm, and the implementation of this new technology is already benefiting a range of industries from healthcare to banking and insurance. This infographic explores how the platform model is transforming everything in its path.
If finishing 2017 at full pace wasn’t exciting enough, it meant getting out of 2018’s starting blocks even faster. January saw the relaunch of Eventerprise's Series A funding round, the creation of a new freelance sales opportunity, and we joined an inspiring global philanthropy initiative.
Building a global SaaS platform is not for the faint-hearted. Eventerprise co-founder, Charlie Wright, shares some of the challenges and victories that the events platform faced on its way to a Silicon Valley-endorsed Series A funding round.
Venture capitalists have the opportunity to invest a lot more than just money when it comes to charities and social impact projects. The expertise and connections they possess are just as — if not more — valuable than their money.
Five truths from an early-stage-entrepreneur about things we got wrong, how we fixed them, and our journey so far.
Are you using the three pillars of dynamic leadership to ensure that your team is strong enough to withstand whatever is thrown at them?