Author Archives: Leda Karabela

The Summer Of My Discontent

It’s been a long and seemingly lazy summer.  And to playfully remember Steinbeck’s The Winter of Our Discontent, this has been a summer where for about two weeks I was desolate in the absence of wi-fi. Let me confess: I am … Continue reading

Startup Sanity (and Love)

The following post was first posted on Metavallon’s (a Greek startup accelerator) site. Their discipline and drive helping young entrepreneurs is awesome; working with them and their team is a delight and constant source of inspiration. Being an entrepreneur and … Continue reading

Never Shy Of Opportunity

“…I would argue that our challenge and opportunity to add (and gain) value is to turn a subject boring by nature into sexy. I would also argue that we should never shy of a chance to try to do it…” P.K. I … Continue reading

Startups For All Ages

Why is it that startups are supposed to be just for the young? Yes, the “F” in Generation F doesn’t stand for probably what you think it does. It stands for fixing the world, going further, creating the future. But, … Continue reading

Athens Startup Weekend

The Athens Startup Weekend is on again and I can’t wait. 54 hours of crazy, creative, inspirational tension that fuels new business ideas for those who don’t want to follow in anyone else’s footsteps. While politicians, oligarchs, dictators and invading … Continue reading

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