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4 Start-up Trends from DreamIt Ventures Demo Day

4 Start-up Trends from DreamIt Ventures Demo Day | Entrepreneurship in the World | Scoop.it

Here's what you missed at the New York City accelerator's annual Demo Day.

Samuel Pavin's insight:

One demo day and some trends indeed. I mainly retain the B2B one which is the major move to be seen in WW markets. Startups have to monetize at some point and that goes alongside business. Not necessarily customers market. Non-profit is aligned with social entrepreneurship and fashion is trendy thanks to all photo and video apps on the market. We live in a visual age.

In the end, fair topics to explore at the moment for startups.

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The startup bubble hasn't burst

The startup bubble hasn't burst | Entrepreneurship in the World | Scoop.it
Startups are growing up and beginning to mature, but the bubble hasn't burst. The nature of the game has changed.
Samuel Pavin's insight:

Indeed. It is even still growing, in new fields, new geos, but still growing.

Now I can but agree with Laurie Segall here as she also makes the point that startups are now increasingly turning to products for businesses and not necessarily consumers.

Startups are companies. As such they need to make money. And corporate consumers are the ones who can pay (at least more quickly and more willingly than individuals who tend to look for freemium).

 

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