Start-ups need to look at the real problem that needs to be solved
At our Vator Splash Health 2017 event last March 23, Rebecca Woodcock (Entrepreneur in Residence, 500 Startups) discussed with Reena Jadhav on what kind of start-ups they are looking for and what kind of start-ups they are focusing.
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500 Startups is an early-stage seed fund and incubator program located in Mountain View, CA. They invest primarily in consumer & SMB internet startups, and related web infrastructure services. Their initial investment size is typically $25K-$250K.
Selected areas of interest include financial services & e-commerce, search/social/mobile platforms, personal & business productivity, education & language, family & healthcare and web infrastructure.
Joined Vator onReena Jadhav is a 4 time entrepreneur (Done.com, Conduit, JobFlash, Riiwards), now working on HealerPedia.com, start-up Advisor, and Investor with Valley incubators. Harvard MBA, Summa Cum Laude Wharton Business School.