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From the Minimum Viable Product to your first investment round in a Startup


May 13 OF 2019 from 07:00 PM to 08:30 PM

ESADE Alumni Entrepreneurship is pleased to invite you to this session led by Aleix de Castellar, entrepreneur, CEO and co-founder of MyPoppins, about how to take your start-up from an MVP (minimum viable product) to its first round of investment, on Monday, 13th May 2019 at 19:00 at ESADE Barcelona (av. Pedralbes, 60-62).

This talk will focus on the minimum viable product of a start-up: what it is, what it is for and how to create one, and also the real aims for developing an MVP for a project. We will also discover the main reasons for taking part in a round of investment with business angels.

Aleix de Castellar
Aleix de Castellar, CEO and co-founder of MyPoppins. Graduated in business administration from the University of Barcelona with a post-grad in international finance and commerce. Entrepreneurial background. At the age of 23, he set up Carvings, a company with a traditional business model which continues to grow and consolidate itself in the market. After three years working for Spain’s top business angel network, ESADE BAN, Aleix decided to create a technology-based project. The main mission of MyPoppins is to re-invent confidence in households.

My Poppins
MyPoppins is an on-line platform that puts professional cleaners (Poppins) in touch with users in search of a first-rate, personalised service that they can trust completely – all with just a click. This marketplace created in 2017 and now present in Madrid, Barcelona and New Mexico, is used by more than 1,500 professionals and, by the end of the year, had chalked up more than 12,000 services and more than 30,000 hours of cleaning. MyPoppins has raised almost €3m private investment from ESADE BAN business angels and other investors.