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Ruth Cremer

Eins hat zum anderen geführt. Diplom-Mathematikern, ehemaliger Investment Manager, Hochschuldozentin, Beraterin von: “Die Höhle der Löwen”: Meine Leidenschaft für Innovationen und Startups hat mich bisher schon mit weit mehr als 1000 Startups - und auch vielen Investoren - arbeiten lassen, weltweit. Ich habe einen sehr hohen Anspruch an meine Arbeit und lege Wert auf nachhaltiges Wachstum, nicht auf oberflächliche Show-Effekte und leere Versprechen.

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    Jim Rohn

    Erfolg ist ein Zahlenspiel

    Primoza: Everything fits but with no investor #DHDL

    Founders often think that if they don't get investment, they did something "wrong" in the pitch or in the negotiation. But as the case of Primoza with its “growing calendar” shows, this is not necessarily the case, because sometimes it just doesn't fit. For one it might be the sales channels, for another the topic itself. But what else could be behind the reasons for rejection?

    Steadify: It won’t work without numbers #DHDL

    The start was good, the portable tripod was particularly well received by amateur photographer Dagmar Wöhrl. The Q&A session also got off to a promising start, but then the talk turned to the figures and the dream of a lion deal was shattered. The founders were surprised by the details of the questions. But did the lions really "corner" the founders?

    MyEy: A market too niche or a really exciting market after all #DHDL

    The big plan: to finally send chicken on permanent holiday, to abolish battery cages as far as possible. But at first things didn't look so good for master confectioner and baker Chris Geiser. The taste of his vegan egg substitute was not really convincing as a fried egg. Dr. Georg Kofler then thought the market was too niche. But the tide turned and finally, there were two offers. Why were the other lions convinced by the market?

    rePAQ: When a breakthrough product alone is not enough #DHDL

    Rarely do you see all the lions so unanimously enthusiastic as in the case of rePAQ, Ralf Dümmel even took a bow. But at a certain point the mood seemed to tilt a bit and in the end they couldn't agree on a deal with the founders. What was it that was missing, alt-hough the topic had carried everyone away from the beginning?

    NUI Cosmetics: Advanced brand building #DHDL

    NUI founder Swantje was extremely keen to make a deal and finally accepted Judith William’s offer. But instead of 20%, she had to give up 40% of her company. And that despite a turnover of over 1 million euros. How and why did this happen?

    Skills4School shows that entrepreneurs can be found everywhere #DHDL

    When investors are really impressed by a founder, the phrase "That's a good founder" often comes up. But what exactly do they mean by that, and, more importantly, how do you get them to talk like that about you?

    Soummé: When weaknesses become strengths #DHDL

    It is a widespread misconception that investors only want to see "perfect" figures and otherwise do not invest. When negotiating with investors, it is much more important as a founder to show that you have your company under control.