This week one of our Business Lab project’s launched hosted developer tools for subversion and bug tracking. It’s a very cost effective way for development teams to host their source code with full version control, and also get a bug tracker for free at the same time. More information here.
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Entries by BootstrapLabs
10th of September 2009 San Francisco Bay Area. For immediate release, BootstrapLabs established partnership to secure access to two incubator facilities in Silicon Valley for bringing companies from Europe to Silicon Valley. The two facilities are in the heart of Silicon Valley, one being in Redwood City and the other in San Jose, and can […]
IDG Blogger Magnus Penker blogged about BootstrapLabs (in Swedish), read it here: http://blogg.idg.se/magnuspenker/entry.jsp?messid=11959
We have been updating our website this week to better describe what we are doing right now, and where we are going. Basically we are offering an entrepreneurial eco-system where we can take ideas in the Business Lab, test them and term the best ones into Startups, and them accelerate their development, and then expand them […]
21st of June, San Francisco. For immediate release. BoostrapLabs client Prezi, Inc closed a series A-round from Danish VC SunStone Capital. At the same time Twitter founder Jack Dorsey is coming onboard as an advisor to Prezi, to assist Prezi BootstrapLabs has been working with Prezi since February this year; advicing the founders and helping […]
TechCrunch reported on the state of VC funds in the UK. The funds are running out of money, and do not have much sources for filling them. The estimated total available VC funding is at par with Marc Andreasen’s single fund. When keeping in mind that UK has had one of the more virbant VC sectors […]
The Silicon Valley star’s company has attracted lots of interest, and $300 million. Can he deliver with his innovative approach? This is a structured angel funding approach that might work very well, see the video and read the whole Business Week article here.
Arctic startup’s Paula Marttila article about Witsbits not too long ago: “Witsbits, a Swedish startup company, is the first and so far only actor in the Nordic and Scandinavian region providing cloud computing services. They started already in 2004, in the era when cloud computing still was called utility computing. The journey into cloud computing began in 2003 when […]
23rd of June 2009 San Francisco and Göteborg. For immediate release, Witsbits has entered into an agreement with San Francisco based BootstrapLabs to establish US presence. Setting up US presence is the first step of an extensive agreement between Witsbits and BootstrapLabs. BootstrapLabs is additionally to provide Witsbits with advisory and strategic planning, secure an […]
ArcticStartup.com’s Paula Marttila wrote about BootstrapLabs today. Great article, and really sums up what we are looking for here at BootstrapLabs (and our excitement about Prezi!) If you are a Scandinavian startup or interested in Scandinavian startups, vc’s and Entrepreneurship, make you follow ArcticStartup.com, which I think is very well on it’s way to become […]