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Each eFounders project is unique and follows its own path, but let's try to sum up the general framework:

We come up with a unique idea to solve a pain. This idea is expressed through a wireframe which describes the MVP and a note which outlines the opportunity and the go-to-market strategy.

Entrepreneurs come knocking at our door and we pitch them ideas we currently have in the pipe. Once we have assembled a founding team - typically made of two co-founders: a business and a tech profile - we can get the project started. Together with the founders, we spend 12-18 months in the same office to transform the idea into an early company. We focus on 3 dimensions: we build a product, we build a team, we acquire the first customers. Our goal is to make the company fully autonomous.

Once the startup has enough traction, we pitch early stage investors (Angels, Seed funds) to raise a Seed round (typically $1-2M). The fundraising enables the company to become fully independent, it takes off from the studio and moves into its own office.

eFounders remains a key shareholder and continues to help the founders and the team on strategy and funding as well as on operational issues (e.g., recruiting, team structuring, etc.). We generally stay very close to the company, as we maintain strong relationships with the founders and know the business very well.

Each eFounders project is unique and follows its own path, but let's try to sum up the general framework:

We come up with a unique idea to solve a pain. This idea is expressed through a wireframe which describes the MVP and a note which outlines the opportunity and the go-to-market strategy.

Entrepreneurs come knocking at our door and we pitch them ideas we currently have in the pipe. Once we have assembled a founding team - typically made of two co-founders: a business and a tech profile - we can get the project started. Together with the founders, we spend 12-18 months in the same office to transform the idea into an early company. We focus on 3 dimensions: we build a product, we build a team, we acquire the first customers. Our goal is to make the company fully autonomous.

Once the startup has enough traction, we pitch early stage investors (Angels, Seed funds) to raise a Seed round (typically $1-2M). The fundraising enables the company to become fully independent, it takes off from the studio and moves into its own office.

eFounders remains a key shareholder and continues to help the founders and the team on strategy and funding as well as on operational issues (e.g., recruiting, team structuring, etc.). We generally stay very close to the company, as we maintain strong relationships with the founders and know the business very well.

Each eFounders project is unique and follows its own path, but let's try to sum up the general framework:

We come up with a unique idea to solve a pain. This idea is expressed through a wireframe which describes the MVP and a note which outlines the opportunity and the go-to-market strategy.

Entrepreneurs come knocking at our door and we pitch them ideas we currently have in the pipe. Once we have assembled a founding team - typically made of two co-founders: a business and a tech profile - we can get the project started. Together with the founders, we spend 12-18 months in the same office to transform the idea into an early company. We focus on 3 dimensions: we build a product, we build a team, we acquire the first customers. Our goal is to make the company fully autonomous.

Once the startup has enough traction, we pitch early stage investors (Angels, Seed funds) to raise a Seed round (typically $1-2M). The fundraising enables the company to become fully independent, it takes off from the studio and moves into its own office.

eFounders remains a key shareholder and continues to help the founders and the team on strategy and funding as well as on operational issues (e.g., recruiting, team structuring, etc.). We generally stay very close to the company, as we maintain strong relationships with the founders and know the business very well.

Each eFounders project is unique and follows its own path, but let's try to sum up the general framework:

We come up with a unique idea to solve a pain. This idea is expressed through a wireframe which describes the MVP and a note which outlines the opportunity and the go-to-market strategy.

Entrepreneurs come knocking at our door and we pitch them ideas we currently have in the pipe. Once we have assembled a founding team - typically made of two co-founders: a business and a tech profile - we can get the project started. Together with the founders, we spend 12-18 months in the same office to transform the idea into an early company. We focus on 3 dimensions: we build a product, we build a team, we acquire the first customers. Our goal is to make the company fully autonomous.

Once the startup has enough traction, we pitch early stage investors (Angels, Seed funds) to raise a Seed round (typically $1-2M). The fundraising enables the company to become fully independent, it takes off from the studio and moves into its own office.

eFounders remains a key shareholder and continues to help the founders and the team on strategy and funding as well as on operational issues (e.g., recruiting, team structuring, etc.). We generally stay very close to the company, as we maintain strong relationships with the founders and know the business very well.

Each eFounders project is unique and follows its own path, but let's try to sum up the general framework:

We come up with a unique idea to solve a pain. This idea is expressed through a wireframe which describes the MVP and a note which outlines the opportunity and the go-to-market strategy.

Entrepreneurs come knocking at our door and we pitch them ideas we currently have in the pipe. Once we have assembled a founding team - typically made of two co-founders: a business and a tech profile - we can get the project started. Together with the founders, we spend 12-18 months in the same office to transform the idea into an early company. We focus on 3 dimensions: we build a product, we build a team, we acquire the first customers. Our goal is to make the company fully autonomous.

Once the startup has enough traction, we pitch early stage investors (Angels, Seed funds) to raise a Seed round (typically $1-2M). The fundraising enables the company to become fully independent, it takes off from the studio and moves into its own office.

eFounders remains a key shareholder and continues to help the founders and the team on strategy and funding as well as on operational issues (e.g., recruiting, team structuring, etc.). We generally stay very close to the company, as we maintain strong relationships with the founders and know the business very well.

Each eFounders project is unique and follows its own path, but let's try to sum up the general framework:

We come up with a unique idea to solve a pain. This idea is expressed through a wireframe which describes the MVP and a note which outlines the opportunity and the go-to-market strategy.

Entrepreneurs come knocking at our door and we pitch them ideas we currently have in the pipe. Once we have assembled a founding team - typically made of two co-founders: a business and a tech profile - we can get the project started. Together with the founders, we spend 12-18 months in the same office to transform the idea into an early company. We focus on 3 dimensions: we build a product, we build a team, we acquire the first customers. Our goal is to make the company fully autonomous.

Once the startup has enough traction, we pitch early stage investors (Angels, Seed funds) to raise a Seed round (typically $1-2M). The fundraising enables the company to become fully independent, it takes off from the studio and moves into its own office.

eFounders remains a key shareholder and continues to help the founders and the team on strategy and funding as well as on operational issues (e.g., recruiting, team structuring, etc.). We generally stay very close to the company, as we maintain strong relationships with the founders and know the business very well.

Each eFounders project is unique and follows its own path, but let's try to sum up the general framework:

We come up with a unique idea to solve a pain. This idea is expressed through a wireframe which describes the MVP and a note which outlines the opportunity and the go-to-market strategy.

Entrepreneurs come knocking at our door and we pitch them ideas we currently have in the pipe. Once we have assembled a founding team - typically made of two co-founders: a business and a tech profile - we can get the project started. Together with the founders, we spend 12-18 months in the same office to transform the idea into an early company. We focus on 3 dimensions: we build a product, we build a team, we acquire the first customers. Our goal is to make the company fully autonomous.

Once the startup has enough traction, we pitch early stage investors (Angels, Seed funds) to raise a Seed round (typically $1-2M). The fundraising enables the company to become fully independent, it takes off from the studio and moves into its own office.

eFounders remains a key shareholder and continues to help the founders and the team on strategy and funding as well as on operational issues (e.g., recruiting, team structuring, etc.). We generally stay very close to the company, as we maintain strong relationships with the founders and know the business very well.

Each eFounders project is unique and follows its own path, but let's try to sum up the general framework:

We come up with a unique idea to solve a pain. This idea is expressed through a wireframe which describes the MVP and a note which outlines the opportunity and the go-to-market strategy.

Entrepreneurs come knocking at our door and we pitch them ideas we currently have in the pipe. Once we have assembled a founding team - typically made of two co-founders: a business and a tech profile - we can get the project started. Together with the founders, we spend 12-18 months in the same office to transform the idea into an early company. We focus on 3 dimensions: we build a product, we build a team, we acquire the first customers. Our goal is to make the company fully autonomous.

Once the startup has enough traction, we pitch early stage investors (Angels, Seed funds) to raise a Seed round (typically $1-2M). The fundraising enables the company to become fully independent, it takes off from the studio and moves into its own office.

eFounders remains a key shareholder and continues to help the founders and the team on strategy and funding as well as on operational issues (e.g., recruiting, team structuring, etc.). We generally stay very close to the company, as we maintain strong relationships with the founders and know the business very well.

Each eFounders project is unique and follows its own path, but let's try to sum up the general framework:

We come up with a unique idea to solve a pain. This idea is expressed through a wireframe which describes the MVP and a note which outlines the opportunity and the go-to-market strategy.

Entrepreneurs come knocking at our door and we pitch them ideas we currently have in the pipe. Once we have assembled a founding team - typically made of two co-founders: a business and a tech profile - we can get the project started. Together with the founders, we spend 12-18 months in the same office to transform the idea into an early company. We focus on 3 dimensions: we build a product, we build a team, we acquire the first customers. Our goal is to make the company fully autonomous.

Once the startup has enough traction, we pitch early stage investors (Angels, Seed funds) to raise a Seed round (typically $1-2M). The fundraising enables the company to become fully independent, it takes off from the studio and moves into its own office.

eFounders remains a key shareholder and continues to help the founders and the team on strategy and funding as well as on operational issues (e.g., recruiting, team structuring, etc.). We generally stay very close to the company, as we maintain strong relationships with the founders and know the business very well.

Each eFounders project is unique and follows its own path, but let's try to sum up the general framework:

We come up with a unique idea to solve a pain. This idea is expressed through a wireframe which describes the MVP and a note which outlines the opportunity and the go-to-market strategy.

Entrepreneurs come knocking at our door and we pitch them ideas we currently have in the pipe. Once we have assembled a founding team - typically made of two co-founders: a business and a tech profile - we can get the project started. Together with the founders, we spend 12-18 months in the same office to transform the idea into an early company. We focus on 3 dimensions: we build a product, we build a team, we acquire the first customers. Our goal is to make the company fully autonomous.

Once the startup has enough traction, we pitch early stage investors (Angels, Seed funds) to raise a Seed round (typically $1-2M). The fundraising enables the company to become fully independent, it takes off from the studio and moves into its own office.

eFounders remains a key shareholder and continues to help the founders and the team on strategy and funding as well as on operational issues (e.g., recruiting, team structuring, etc.). We generally stay very close to the company, as we maintain strong relationships with the founders and know the business very well.