In times of need, it is more important than ever to communicate correctly. Are you raising funds now? Have you raised recently? Your round got to a sudden halt because of COVID-19? All of these questions will find an answer - and many more - in our event with Jordi Miró, about how to have difficult conversations with investors.
The event will go as follows:
This event will be conducted in English. The link to the session will be provided to all those who registered.
The Hotels Network
Jordi is now working as CTO at The Hotels Network. Previously, CTO & co-founder of Lernin Games, and CTO at wuaki.tv (acquired by Rakuten Group). Angel Investor and startup advisor.
Jordi is now working as CTO at The Hotels Network. Previously, CTO & co-founder of Lernin Games, and CTO at wuaki.tv (acquired by Rakuten Group).
As The Hotels Network CTO, Jordi is helping the company scale the product and technology teams, introducing agile methodologies and best technology practices.
Jordi has got 20 years of experience in multiple countries and company sizes. Previously he co-founded Lernin Games. Founded in 2017 and sold it in 2019.
Worked as CTO at wuaki.tv (acquired by Rakuten Group) for 5 and a half years. Joined the company when it was about 10 people and has lead the Engineering team since then (120 employees beginning 2015, 70 on Engineering) Helped to grow the business, technology and operations, and during the acquisition by Rakuten in summer 2012.
Several years in IT Consulting, focusing in banking and telecom. Started working in PwC Consulting (later acquired by IBM BCS), moved to DMR Consulting (currently Everis) and later to Venezuela and USA.
Jordi was the co-founder of Mixsic LLC, a web technology company that built weall.tv (a content delivery network in Latin America) and Feedtrace, a real-time recommendation engine for digital content that was sold to Real Time Media in 2011. He joined Wuaki.tv in April 2011.
Experience in developing businesses, leading teams in different project's phases, building architectures and businesses solutions, managing client's relationships, finding capital... Serial Internet Entrepreneur.
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Victor Horcasitas helps tech startups with cross border capital raising and go-to-market strategies for LatAm, US and Europe. Victor has over 20 years of experience spanning M&A, software engineering, import/export finance, international business development and project management. Sector coverage includes IoT, AR/VR, SaaS, medical devices, eHealth, AgTech, robotics, telecom, FinTech, PropTech, renewable energies and commercial real estate.
Victor is a partner in Confianz Capital which focuses on mid-market European M&A transactions with a focus on telecom, media and technology opportunities. Victor’s most recent acquisition in January 2019 is of a Barcelona based media publication which generates and curates content to a niche target in Spain. He leads a team which is transforming a monthly print publication into the country’s leading digital magazine for expats.
Victor co-founded Confianz International, an import-export company focused on the supply and distribution of industrial machinery and chemicals, construction equipment, food, raw materials and other sectors. Victor structures transactions for products from the United States, Europe, Africa and Asia, as well as advising companies on new market penetration and product market fit.
In 2002 Victor co-founded Trinity Advisers, a boutique firm providing consulting services to clients in the telecoms, media, renewable energy and IT sectors. Victor leads Trinity Advisers’ business development efforts in the Iberian, African and Latin American regions. Transaction and advisory experience includes both buy-side and sell-side mandates in sectors spanning the fixed line, mobile/GSM, and satellite services sectors as well as capital-raising for early stage and late venture organizations.
Victor co-founded Communications Investment Partners Limited (CIP), which in December 2007 acquired Stratos Global Corporation for EUR 620 million. Previously he worked at HP, NasTech, Deloitte & Touche, Federal Reserve.
Victor currently volunteers as President of the American Society of Barcelona, leads fund raising for the Donation & Transplant Institute, Chairman of the Navy League of the United States and is a non-executive director in 11 early stage companies. Victor also supports various organizations helping to foment Barcelona’s entrepreneurial ecosystem, such as Startup Grind, EU Startup Summit, Tech Stars and Barcelona Startup week.
Victor holds a MSc from Johns Hopkins University and a BBS in Economics from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. Mr. Horcasitas speaks fluently in English, Spanish Catalan and conversational French.