CEO & Founding Partner
At madewithlove, we don't rely on magical formulas or famous influencers' opinions when we verify investment decisions and perform audits. We can't foresee the future, but we sure can tell you if a SaaS product you want to invest in is doomed to break on a technical, process, or team level. Or, as it often happens, across the board.
We started doing due diligence because investors and VCs have asked us to do so.
If you'd like to know the technical state of a company you want to invest in, keep reading. If you're looking to exchange investment knowledge, well… keep reading!
Do you need an objective third party to analyze a business and identify future concerns?
We audit startups and scale-ups using our 5-pillar methodology to produce a due diligence report where we assess 60+ items that help you transition to a quality-first mindset. If one breaks, that promising business you've invested in can soon follow.Reduce investment risk with technical due diligence
We offer technical due diligence for startups as part of internal concerns or investment via seed, series A/B, or merger & acquisition. There’s two types:
Would you like to meet like-minded people to discuss common problems, shared pains, and the future of our industry?
Why not discuss these things during a free-to-attend and casual dinner with other industry leaders. Come with stories, but please leave the black tie and business cards at home.Check out upcoming events
We like to share what we've learned about startups and scale-ups in the last 13 years.
We can provide technical advice during open office hours, moderate discussions, host workshops, or help put out fires.Find out how we teach
We've grown from two guys in Leuven to a team with 20+ members working remotely, located in 5 countries across the globe.
It's impossible to be an expert on everything and, as technology gets more complex, the number of things your team has to juggle only increases. We recommend companies focus on the core of their business, but sometimes there are tangential domains which need attention. Does it make sense for your team to focus on these secondary problems?
In the eyes of a VC, your startup is more than just lines of code; it's a potential hidden gem waiting to be polished. So, the next time you pitch, think less about impressing with tech and more about presenting a balanced, promising business.