The Coopsight Open Platform
Coopsight is a simple-to-use platform that matches startups to synergetic startup partner peers.
The platform’s main interface can be broken down into 2 sections — matching and synergy insights.
Let’s break down the features and their use cases -
Synergy keywords are our key product feature.
Startup members find ideal opportunities through insights on shared operations and recommendations on specific partnership execution.
The synergy insights, defined in the content of partnerships, are most important in understanding the way the platform can be efficiently used.
Without a doubt, 2020 has been a year of turmoil for Big Tech. But at the same time, it was one of the most lucrative years in terms of both product growth and an edging out of smaller competitor market shares. As the world watches a new round of regulation talks that are working to undermine Tech Giants’ monopolistic practices, an essential component of their triumph is being overlooked. The Synergy Approach. This is the perfect approach to maximize your startup’s strategy.
The textbook definition of synergies is “an interaction or cooperation giving rise to a whole that is greater…
Recent news has been bustling with headlines such as: Facebook and Google ramping up competition with Zoom in the video conferencing space, or Microsoft Teams taking on Slack.
How did we get to a point where virtually no industry produces newly minted unicorns that wouldn’t find themselves being squeezed out by the Big Tech cross-vertical competition?
Why is this only the tip of the iceberg and why are there much more sinister trends hidden below the surface?
Let’s take a detailed look at each major industry under the Big Tech ecosystems siege:
A perfect place to start is digital streaming…
by George Chichua
Time is running out for VCs portfolio start-ups to unlock the most obvious value-added they possess — powerful portfolio synergies!
As another year goes by, stories of the tech start-ups fueled by the QE remain on everyone’s mind. What changed though is that the excitement quickly turned to disappointment. Business news headlines instead of VC-backed start-ups’ success stories brought into the spotlight the failures of unicorns with razor-thin margins — WeWork, Uber, Lyft, Slack… the list goes on and on.
And this is only the tip of the VC iceberg. , Those few lucky unicorns (besides WeWork…