I'm storing some memories here - mainly because my memory sucks.
These are some of my previous projects that I co-founded, led, and thoroughly enjoyed, but they ended up at the business graveyard. Either by my fault or by someone else's fault after I exited.
Daily NFTs Minute: a podcast for Web3 newcomers, trying to highlight projects with doxxed teams and lower probability of a rug
hDock42: was an excellent launchpad for European moonshot ideas - we've acquired and incubated companies like SpaceLab EU, OrbisAvia (now Praga Alfa), or MotionWise (previously OpenToll).
Steer2Green: Green loyalty for mobility providers and users which never found functional MVP.
wFund: VC focused on early-stage European female founders (turned into Nation1.vc and lost its soul).
I built the whole operational model and first funding pipeline, including evaluation process and reach-out via wFund Academy.
SpaceLabEU: where we worked on the ion-airbreathing satellite engine and moved it into finished in-silico models, a physical prototype, and SpaceX free-prototype launch partnership, together with a ready-to-sign new funding round.
iPhotographer magazine: the first interactive iPad magazine for iPhone photography and iPhone-made art. I built it from San Francisco.
Over 6 pre-launch months, we've built a community of over 30k people, and during the first 10 weeks after launch, we attracted 10k paying subscribers.
ERP Concept: boutique SAP roll-out and development specialist for CEE. We've covered over, 15 countries with a base in Bulgaria, Czech Republic, and Macedonia.
And we, tragically enough, used Flash on our website :) This was a good exit.