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The pandemic has placed the start-up ecosystem in major transition, especially where entrepreneurship and leadership are put to the test.
In the sixth instalment of our Technopreneur series, we explore the importance in keeping in mind the end game – exiting.
Character is key, and the decision to invest in a firm rests partly on the personality of its founder. Our Vertex Holdings CEO Chua Kee Lock recounts and the early days of dealing with Grab’s co-founder and CEO, Mr Tan, and why he considers Grab an iconic win.
Vertex has substantially exited Grab, reportedly making about 10 times the USD 14 million or so it had put in over various stages for about a fifth of the company.
In this digital age where advanced technologies such as Artificial Intelligence (“AI”) and Cloud Computing (“cloud”) are easily accessible, startups may consider leveraging these technological solutions to transform or add a competitive edge to their businesses.
In the fifth instalment of our Technopreneur series, we explore how AI can help startups augment their businesses in today’s environment and how cloud solutions can be used to create workplaces that now must be more digitally minded.
We are pleased to share some key learnings from our Vertex portfolio companies’ founders who shared their experiences and challenges faced during their entrepreneurial journey at the Vertex Ventures US Intersect 2021.
Here are the latest updates on the portfolio companies across the Vertex network.
Verbit, the world's largest AI-powered transcription platform, today announced the acquisition of VITAC, the largest provider of captioning products and solutions in North America. This acquisition will position Verbit as the number one player in the professional transcription and captioning market across legal, media, education, government and corporate sectors.