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Confession of a procrastinator — why it happens and how to deal with it

My mom once told me a story about her university years. When students were supposed to study for an exam they suddenly found many other interesting and absorbing activities. For example boiling water for tea required a personal chaperon of the kettle throughout the whole heating process. So they stood and stared at the kettle,… Continue reading

Data Ventures – CEE venture capital firm fuelled by entrepreneurial practice

If you have been operating in CEE, you might have noticed these trends in the early stage venturing: most venture capitalists have amazing knowledge of finance, but not many of them are successful entrepreneurs who use growth strategies in practice there is a lot of capital available for early stage ventures, but not much of… Continue reading