Fine, but what’s the sequel to “Startup Nation”?
We’re not too proud to admit it: the book, Startup Nation is pretty darn similar to our worldview at OurCrowd. Israel is a country brimming with ideas and aspirations. Combined with a little chutzpa and you’ve got a great petri dish of startup goodness. I think many of us are familiar with what makes Israel such an interesting and compelling destination for investing dollars. But what happens after Startup Nation? What are the challenged faced by startups after they’ve raised their first rounds of money? Case study: New Dimension Software and Roni Einav That question is addressed square-on in an article today on the Times of Israel. The article profiles Roni Einav, founder of New Dimension Software which was ultimately sold to BMC for $675M. Thankfully for us, Einav has written a new book cataloguing his experiences, From Nordeau to Nasdaq. Unlike Startup Nation, though, which focuses on the big picture opportunity of investing in Israel, Einav’s new book addresses the skills required to ride the startup roller coaster. [bra_blockquote align=”right”]”Nordau to Nasdaq is not the ‘bad news’ antithesis of...Read More