Christoph Zott

The case describes the evolution of a startup company in Israel, from the technical idea (a technology to reduce friction between moving parts), through the first financing round, the development of an innovative business model, and the resolution into revenue generation.

Published 18 Jul 2008

Reference 5510

Topic Operations

Region Global

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The case describes the evolution of a startup company in Israel, from the technical idea (a technology to reduce friction between moving parts), through the first financing round, the development of an innovative business model, and the resolution into revenue generation.

Published 18 Jul 2008

Reference 5510

Topic Operations

Region Global

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The case describes the evolution of a startup company in Israel, from the technical idea (a technology to reduce friction between moving parts), through the first financing round, the development of an innovative business model, and the resolution into revenue generation.

Published 18 Jul 2008

Reference 5510

Topic Operations

Region Global

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Cumberland Entertainment, a niche music producer, was looking for capital to finance its planned expansion. CEO, Tom Smith, entered into negotiations with private equity firms, and struck an agreement that turned out to be incomplete. As a result, serious problems arose between financial investors and management.

Published 01 Dec 2004

Reference 5242

Topic Entrepreneurship

Region Other Regions

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This is the second of a four-case series. Cumberland Entertainment, a niche music producer, was looking for capital to finance its planned expansion. CEO Tom Smith entered into negotiations with private equity firms, and struck an agreement that turned out to be incomplete. As a result, serious problems arose between financial investors and management.

Published 01 Dec 2004

Reference 5242

Topic Entrepreneurship

Region Other Regions

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Cumberland Entertainment, a niche music producer, was looking for capital to finance its planned expansion. CEO, Tom Smith, entered into negotiations with private equity firms, and struck an agreement that turned out to be incomplete. As a result, serious problems arose between financial investors and management.

Published 01 Dec 2004

Reference 5242

Topic Entrepreneurship

Region Other Regions

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The French firm, Webraska, was established in 1998 to offer a wireless navigation solution as an alternative to maps and CD-ROM based car navigation tools. The business model was based on access through mobile phones and car terminals, and on different access modes such as SMS, WAP, and call centers.

Published 01 Nov 2004

Reference 4992

Topic Entrepreneurship

Region Europe

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Cumberland Entertainment, a niche music producer, was looking for capital to finance its planned expansion. CEO, Tom Smith, entered into negotiations with private equity firms, and struck an agreement that turned out to be incomplete. As a result, serious problems arose between financial investors and management.

Published 12 Jan 2004

Reference 5242

Topic Entrepreneurship

Region Other Regions

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The French firm, Webraska, was established in 1998 to offer a wireless navigation solution as an alternative to maps and CD-ROM based car navigation tools. The business model was based on access through mobile phones and car terminals, and on different access modes such as SMS, WAP, and call centers.

Published 11 Jan 2004

Reference 4992

Topic Entrepreneurship

Region Europe

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In June of 1999, Steward Dodd, Noah Freedman, and Richard Davidson established Brainspark, a British business incubator designed to support and grow fledgling new businesses. The Brainspark business model was built on a blend of investing, mentoring, and teamwork, and the creation of an environment that would facilitate and enable knowledge and information sharing among companies.

Published 17 Jul 2002

Reference 5024

Topic Entrepreneurship

Region Europe

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