It can be hard for growing companies to internationalise. Venture capital has a central role in the European Commission’s Capital Markets Union plans to promote more investment across borders.
From 2010 to 2014 venture capital invested over €17.6 billion in European companies, so our entrepreneurs no longer need to go to Silicon Valley for funding. Venture capital has a central role in the European Commission’s Capital Markets Union plan to boost Europe’s economy and help grow more European companies into global game-changers.
Niklas Zennström, CEO of Atomico and founder of Skype talks about how Europe's startup environment has changed in the last decade and why he decided to become a venture capital investor, backing the next generation of entrepreneurs.
Every March, more than 200 institutional investors and more than 200 fund managers convene in Geneva for the Investors’ Forum. This is the only private equity event with a strict one-to-one ratio of LPs to GPs.
Are you seeking long-term capital and support to turbo-charge your company’s growth? If so, venture capital could be for you.
Dr. Michael Brandkamp is the Executive Director of High-Tech Gründerfonds and has focused on the investment business for young technological companies since 1997. He will speak about defining the next stage of venture at the EVCA Venture Capital Forum on the 6th of November 2014, in Berlin.
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