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tommyg
Junior Birdman
posted 07-07-2000 12:29 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for tommyg     Edit/Delete Message
Jan what were the criteria you used for awarding these companies stars. Pse get in contact.

[This message has been edited by tommyg (edited 07-07-2000).]

Shyang
Junior Birdman
posted 06-21-2000 11:58 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Shyang     Edit/Delete Message
Jen Meyers,
Thank you for the list. Where can I get more information on the companies. Will it be possible for me to contact you?

Thank you,
Shyang

Shyang
Junior Birdman
posted 06-21-2000 11:58 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Shyang     Edit/Delete Message
Jen Meyers,
Thank you for the list. Where can I get more information on the companies. Will it be possible for me to contact you?

Thank you,
Shyang

Shyang
Junior Birdman
posted 06-21-2000 11:58 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Shyang     Edit/Delete Message
Jen Meyers,
Thank you for the list. Where can I get more information on the companies. Will it be possible for me to contact you?

Thank you,
Shyang

Pangmeister
Junior Birdman
posted 05-26-2000 09:05 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Pangmeister     Edit/Delete Message
Internet incubators not mentioned include:

Twelve
Europ@web
enba plc
Internet Incubator Plc
Venturelab
Nascent
iCocoon
e-Start
Netjuice
Future-wealthuk.com
Bainlab
Bizzbild
Ci4net
eCubate
Econa
Upside Ventures
Défi Start-up
ICOM
Twinning
McKinsey's Accelerator
NewMedia Spark
Lootlab Ltd.

AdamW
Junior Birdman
posted 05-20-2000 07:50 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for AdamW     Edit/Delete Message
At www.e-cradle.co.uk we run a resource centre for internet entrepreneurs. We have created an extended incubator setup which allows various professional companies to be brought in to a project as they are required. This ensures that the right level of expertise is available, and that only the skills actually required are brought in.

I would be interested to know what people think and if we can be listed on your incubator list?

Regards.

webfred
Junior Birdman
posted 05-04-2000 09:44 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for webfred     Edit/Delete Message
your top incubators list does not include Speed Ventures for some reason:
- recently raised EUR 70mm from Schroder, Goldman, Chase, Bear Stearns, Soros etc.
- created and incubated letsbuyit.com
- incubated leading steel marketplace steelscreen.com and mobile commerce solution GoYada for example
- has 35 portfolio companies and operational teams in london, helsinki, sweden, munich, milan

Alex11
Junior Birdman
posted 04-16-2000 09:26 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Alex11     Edit/Delete Message
Start-up Avenue want to make 10 start-ups in Paris in year 2000.
http://www.journaldunet.com/0002/000208startupavenue.shtml

A l'origine de cette création: Alain Levy, 36 ans, ancien du MIT de Boston et douze années passées dans le commerce international, et Daniel Sfez, 35 ans, ancien de la direction des marchés de la Société générale.

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Textox
Junior Birdman
posted 04-08-2000 01:50 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Textox     Edit/Delete Message
Who will incubate the incubators? - RedHerrig magazine.

http://www.redherring.com/vc/2000/0410/vc-incubator041000.html

"Incubators routinely take 50 percent equity stakes in new ventures, and they also establish the value of the services that they provide their companies."

Marc
Thread Czar
posted 03-30-2000 10:24 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Marc     Edit/Delete Message
Dell has just set up its own Incubator, making Dell Ventures one of the most active Corporate investing arms.

http://www.fool.com/news/2000/foolplate000330.htm

Thomas Meredith -- who'll leave his post as Dell CFO to join Alex Smith as a managing director of Dell Ventures

[This message has been edited by Marc (edited 03-30-2000).]

DeanB
Thread Czar
posted 03-26-2000 12:56 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for DeanB     Edit/Delete Message
Garage.com has just set up offices in the UK.

http://www.garage.com/europe.shtml

Guy Kawasaki came over for the launch.

SuzyQ
Junior Birdman
posted 03-10-2000 12:56 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for SuzyQ     Edit/Delete Message
Halsey Minor, the pioneering Web firm's founder (C-NET) and public face, is leaving to start Twelve, an Internet incubator.

http://www.thestreet.com/yb/comment/siliconstreet/898096.html

Textox
Junior Birdman
posted 03-10-2000 12:49 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Textox     Edit/Delete Message
Seems like everybody and their dog has set up an incubator to help start-ups obtain resources and grow fast.

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