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The ABCs of investments

Note: Use this material as a guide, the value ranges tend to change a lot depending on the segment and even the style of

Tech sector leads in the Brazilian market

The Brazilian transactional market registered in the third quarter, 505 mergers and acquisitions, between announced and concluded, and a total value of BRL 63.9

The world has changed the time of cycles. And yours, when will it end?

In the 90s, cell phone companies were privatized and concessions were auctioned because the potential market was huge in Brazil. In 1968, Intel was

Globo and Eletromidia: just the tip of an iceberg

Consolidations will be the inevitable path for the development of this industry and countless others. Always having technology as a driver. Text by Pyr

The perfect prosperity formula for a software company.

We looked at the top investments made in software-focused companies and found a common theme across nearly all: More than ever, investors are focused

The uncertain future of crypto is certain: it will survive.

Text by Pyr Marcondes, Senior Partner at Pipeline Capital. For a system that has touted itself as impregnably secure and transparent, the crypto world’s

Know the right moment to sell your Software company.

We know that the Software industry is dynamic and fast-paced, and obviously, many entrepreneurs who are leveraging their companies think of an operation to

Prepare your startup for M&A and don’t miss the wave that is already forming on the horizon.

Text by Pyr Marcondes, Senior Partner at Pipeline Capital. Pipeline Capital is called “pipeline” because my partner, Alon Sochaczewski, is a surfer, and because

The (positive) impacts of the new crypto law passed in Brazil

Text by Pyr Marcondes, Senior Partner at Pipeline Capital. This Tuesday, the 29th, the Chamber approved a bill that regulates the cryptocurrency sector in

How technology can help close Nigeria’s gender gap

The information and communication technology (ICT) sector contributed 18.44% to Nigeria’s gross domestic product (GDP) in the second quarter of 2022 and the industry is projected

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