March 18, 2014
For those extraordinary entrepreneurs ready to start something new, Originate is the ultimate co-founder. Harness the hands-on experience of 100 entrepreneurs to help with design, development, strategy, investment, and team build-out.
Start-ups can hit the ground running with Originate's high-impact entrepreneurial team and best practices in agile development tools, engineering and design. Several unique investment models allow for the ultimate team alignment.
Some of the most extraordinary entrepreneurs work inside of some of the most exciting enterprises. Originate partners with internal product teams to inspire innovation and co-create high-quality products at startup-like speeds.
There is an entrepreneur inside every extraordinary engineer. Originate's EIR program allows engineers to explore this drive while working on (and earning upside in) other high-potential Originate investments and partnerships.
We are investors, strategists, developers, and product designers. We believe in partnering with companies through a model of shared-risk and shared-reward to ensure alignment toward the same goal: Together, we build extraordinary software.
We work hands-on with entrepreneurs, start-ups, and enterprises to rapidly build modern mobile, web, and data-driven applications. Our unique model also allows us to invest venture resources, including high-end talent and capital, in order to better align incentives, decrease risk, and maximize potential. To fully align our partners and employees, we pass through 20% of the upside we earn in each partnership to employees that contributed to the success. Together, we work to create the ultimate partnership.
Sept 10, 2013
Originate's Entrepreneur in Residence (EIR) program fosters innovation and helps originate employees (entrepreneurs) launch their own companies. Through the EIR program, entrepreneurs can spend up to twenty percent of their "official" company time working on their own ideas – shaping them, building them up, and taking them out into the world.
Jul 3, 2013
Real startups don’t go from idea to success in a straight line. Great founders know they’re building under conditions of extreme uncertainty and consciously separate their venture into two phases: the Learning Phase and the Scale Phase. %p
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