Pequenas Empresas Grandes Negócios | 6 regras para o pitch perfeito

Nesta quarta-feira (21/04), segundo dia de painéis do evento de tecnologia Collision 2021Geoff Ralston, CEO da aceleradora Y Combinator, foi convidado a ouvir e comentar o pitch de quatro startups de segmentos distintos.

De forma remota, os fundadores Wasan Shubbar, da rede social para apaixonados por cinema e séries Flickonic, Maria Freitas, da startup de saúde mental uMore, Curtis Linton, que promove experiências gastronômicas à frente da Curious Table, e Elise Pinto, da plataforma SaaS de marketing Vocads, tiveram apenas dois minutos para apresentar suas empresas e, na sequência, ouviram as considerações de  Ralston.

Entre os principais ensinamentos deixados pelo especialista para quem está se preparando para fazer um pitch ou precisa melhorar o seu, estão:

 

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https://revistapegn.globo.com/Startups/noticia/2021/04/collision-2021-6-regras-para-o-pitch-perfeito.html

The Abez Show | EP3: Founder’s Blood, Sweat, and Tears

The Abez Show | EP3: Founder’s Blood, Sweat, and Tears

In this third episode, we have Maria Freitas, Founder of uMore. Like many around the world, Maria’s family was affected by COVID-19. Her sister became ill and, due to isolation, struggled with her mental health. Maria and her family felt hopeless that they could not help her, which brought her to build and ground uMore, a tool not only for her sister but all living in isolation. As a founder, Maria thought it is easier to help solve other people’s problems when they match your own. uMore was born from the idea that individuals have a vested interest in taking care of their mental health.

Find out more in the following Links:

Apple Podcasts

https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/ep3-founders-blood-sweat-tears-abez-show-maria-abe/id1559426141?i=1000517161019

 

https://www.abezshow.com

My Startup World | uMore becomes the first UAE based start-up accepted to TheVentureCity

UAE based startup, uMore announced that it has joined TheVentureCity’s Product-Led Growth Program, an international venture acceleration program that focuses on product, growth and access to capital.

uMore is a digital health screening and recommendation platform that uses machine learning and digital phenotyping to offer users accessible and personalised mental health care. The platform launched in Mid-December 2020, has over 3.000 users and is one of the UAE’s Top 50 apps under Health and Fitness. The platform is showing promising results, with early users show improvements with just two weeks of usage.

As a TheVentureCity start-up, uMore will join a portfolio of over 70 industry-leading start-ups, including renowned names such as Cabify, Optimus Ride, Spotahome, 4iQ and RecargaPay.

 

Find out more here: http://mystartupworld.com/umore-becomes-the-first-uae-based-start-up-accepted-to-theventurecity/

The Startup Scene ME | UAE-Based Healthtech Startup uMore raises $120,000 for scale-up plans

The Startup Scene ME | UAE-Based Healthtech Startup uMore raises $120,000 for scale-up plans

AI-powered mental wellbeing tracker, uMore, raised the investment from TheVentureCity acceleration programme, while holding the distinction of being the first UAE startup in the programme.

uMore, a UAE-based startup specialising in digital health screening, has announced it has raised $120,000. The startup received this investment from TheVentureCity accelerator, an international venture acceleration programme built by Laura González-Estéfani, Facebook’s former Head of Growth.

Founded in December 2020 by Maria de Freitas, uMore uses machine learning and digital phenotyping to offer users accessible and personalised mental health care. The startup shows promising results, having onboarded over 3,000 users in the months since it launched and claims that early users show improvements within just two weeks of usage.

 

Find out more here: https://thestartupscene.me/INVESTMENTS/UAE-Based-Healthtech-Startup-uMore-Raises-120-000-for-Scale-up-Plans

International Finance | uMore becomes first UAE startup to join TheVentureCity accelerator

International Finance | uMore becomes first UAE startup to join TheVentureCity accelerator

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International Finance Business Desk -The healthtech has raised around $120,000

Healthtech startup uMore became the first UAE-based startup to be accepted to join TheVentureCity, media reports said. The product-led growth programme is an international venture acceleration programme built by Laura González-Estéfani, Facebook’s former head of growth, mobile and partnerships for Latin America. The startup has also raised around $120,000.

Maria de Freitas, co-founder and chief executive officer at uMore told the media, “We are very excited about the opportunity that TheVentureCity gives us, not only to validate our work but also to scale at super-sonic speed.”

“What we’re most looking forward to is that the program has a product-led growth approach, and that’s strongly aligned with our values. At uMore, we learn by continuously iterating, which allows us to test our hypotheses in real-time. We invest in experiences to drive growth, and we prioritise impact over effort. We believe that together with TheVentureCity’s global community of best-in-class, technology-focused mentors, the sky is the limit.”

 

Read more on: https://internationalfinance.com/umore-becomes-first-uae-startup-theventurecity-accelerator/

Cairo Scene | UAE-Based health tech startup uMore raises $120,000 for scale-up plans

Cairo Scene | UAE-Based health tech startup uMore raises $120,000 for scale-up plans

AI-powered mental wellbeing tracker, uMore, raised the investment from TheVentureCity acceleration programme, while holding the distinction of being the first UAE startup in the programme.

uMore, a UAE-based startup specialising in digital health screening, has announced it has raised $120,000. The startup received this investment from TheVentureCity accelerator, an international venture acceleration programme built by Laura González-Estéfani, Facebook’s former Head of Growth.

Founded in December 2020 by Maria de Freitas, uMore uses machine learning and digital phenotyping to offer users accessible and personalised mental health care. The startup shows promising results, having onboarded over 3,000 users in the months since it launched and claims that early users show improvements within just two weeks of usage.

Find out more on: https://thecairoscene.online/Business/UAE-Based-Healthtech-Startup-uMore-Raises-120-000-for-Scale-up-Plans