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TC Moscow | Seed acceleration overview

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Our prezo on seed acceleration feat. Startup Sauna at TC Moscow on 5th of December 2011.

Our prezo on seed acceleration feat. Startup Sauna at TC Moscow on 5th of December 2011.

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  • How do current startups “work” – meaning
  • Lifestyle, Small Business, Scalable, Buyable, Large Corporation, Social
  • After dot-com bubble, focus has been on customer-driven products. Investors looking for masses of users rather than
  • Focuses on team, scalability of idea, global approach, does Sauna provide Value?
  • 6-10% / 20-150$k
  • Offer for free because we need more GREAT startups. As we are Aalto University and TEKES funded, we don’t have to make a profit. We can help, Finnish “Talkoot” mentality
  • Coaching / +100 hours of 1on1Matchmaking w/ InvestorsKeynotes / Motivation, Strategy, PR, Media, Funding etc.Legals / Shareholders’ agreements, term sheetsCustomers / Feedback, Partnerships, Early deals…
  • Case Maxygen
  • Expansion and new locations, Partnerships, Dealflow, doing everything differently
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    • 1. Seed acceleration overview
    • 2. CURRENT STARTUP TRENDS
    • 3. 6 TYPES OF STARTUPS Lifestyle Small Business Scalable Buyable Large Corporation Social
    • 4. Customerdevelopmentnotproductdevelopment Technology is nice – butit’sallabout the value
    • 5. Build, measure, learn…
    • 6. Pivot &IterationIfit’snotworking out, goback to the drawingboard and doitagain
    • 7. Fundingraisingbased on traction and team
    • 8. HOW DO STARTUP ACCELERATORS WORK?
    • 9. Applicationprocess
    • 10. Selectedstartupsgetpre-seedinvestment, usually in exchange for equity
    • 11. Mentoring, networking, keynotes…
    • 12. DemodayExposure and “Validation”
    • 13. SEED ACCELERATORS OUT THERE
    • 14. World’s leading open sourced accelerator
    • 15. Startup Sauna developsNorthern Europe and Russia into a global hub for entrepreneurship
    • 16. Our region has amazing technology… but we suck at commercializing it
    • 17. Startup Sauna open sources seed accelerationin order to build a sustainable startup ecosystem…
    • 18. 6 weeks at Aalto Venture Garage Coaching Matchmaking Keynotes Legals Customers
    • 19. Silicon Valley
    • 20. Demo DayTwice a year, investors, industry experts, bloggers and media gather into one location to review our region’s best startups
    • 21. Currently, Startup Sauna focuses mostly on ICT and mobileMedical, clean tech & more traditional industries in the future
    • 22. 500 startups applied in 20118% of them got into Startup Sauna
    • 23. 2 years, 3 Batches, 38 teams
    • 24. 7.9M€ raised fund to date in total:53% teams: avg 60K€ before Sauna (1.2M€)26% teams: avg 160K€ during Sauna (1.6M€)66% teams: 200K€ after Sauna (5M€)
    • 25. Future?
    • 26. Antti Ylimutka / Wingman Ville Simola / Captain @andynosebone @smolaholicantti@startupsauna.com ville@startupsauna.com