Case Study – PHENIX – Go-To-Market

PHENIX U.S. development plan was key to convince VCs for their serie B fundraising. Phenix worked with Maxence and Sylvia to define an U.S. go-to-market strategy. During this mission, Phenix management gathered significant insights from the fields and were able to finely tune their target market. Go To Market Objective Phenix specializes in food donation and waste recovery, it uses …

The First Mistake Most Entrepreneurs Make When Pitching

Pitching in the US is one of the most difficult barrier for a French entrepreneur coming to the US. Bill Reichert, Big bang Factory’s Mentor and Co-founder @Garage Technology Ventures reveals below one of his much-needed tips for entrepreneurs willing to excel at the art of pitching. — The First Mistake Most Entrepreneurs Make When Pitching Most pitches start with the …

Brand Construction: A Literal (and Figurative) Guide

By Steve Thomas. Steve is a copywriter for Spencer Brenneman, LLC and his post originally appeared on http://spencerbrenneman.com/brand-strategy-blog/. Spencer Brenneman President Douglas Spencer is an expert in brand strategy. We love telling our clients that successful businesses start with brand. No, not because it sounds pretty (it totally does though, right?), but because we know that businesses who understand their brand …

From Silicon Valley to the world: Building a Successful Venture Capital Network

The following is a featured piece from SuperReturn 365, published March 28, 2018. BGV General Partner Eric Buatois lends his insight. Read the original article here. Innovation is global and good ideas can come from anywhere – but how can you establish yourself and flourish despite the risks and threats? Eric Buatois, General Partner at Benhamou Global Ventures (BGV) discusses …

Perfecting Your Pitch

By Bill Reichert, French Tech Hub’s Mentor and Co-founder @Garage Technology Ventures Endless articles, books, and blogs have been written on the topic of business plan presentations and pitching to investors. In spite of this wealth of advice, almost every entrepreneur gets it wrong. Why? Because most guides to pitching your company miss the central point: The purpose of your pitch …