OTB Ventures & Marcin Hejka: The Ideal Investor for Your Startup


Looking for the right investor for your startup? In just 1 minute, Marcin Hejka, co-founder and general partner of OTB Ventures, and former VP of Intel Capital, provides a straight-to-the-point answer.

Choosing the right investor is crucial for the success of your startup. But where do you start? Consider these factors:

1. Expertise: Look for an investor who has experience and knowledge in your industry. They can provide valuable insights and guidance that will help your business thrive.

2. Network: A well-connected investor can open doors to potential customers, partners, and talent, giving your startup a competitive edge.

3. Alignment: Ensure that the investor’s goals and values align with yours. Building a relationship based on trust and shared vision is key to long-term success.

4. Resources: Evaluate the investor’s financial resources and ability to provide ongoing support. This includes not only funding, but also access to strategic partnerships and resources that can accelerate your growth.

By considering these factors, you can choose the investor who will best support your startup’s growth and success. Hear more insights from Marcin Hejka in this short interview.

For more tips and advice on startup investments, be sure to check out [OTB Ventures’ website]( and [Intel Capital](

Remember, the right investor can make all the difference in taking your startup to the next level. Don’t settle for anything less!

One question, one straight-to-the point answer in 1 min: Which investor should a startup choose? Quick interview with Marcin Hejka, co-founder, general partner of OTB Ventures, ex-VP of Intel Capital. What should you consider when selecting the right investor?

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