Cross-border investment – considering the big picture
The VC industry has recently experienced a spike in international growth. In our ever-so-expanding globalized world, is it a good idea to get in on the trend, or just simply stick to domestic investments? This is a question many VC investors have been asking themselves over the past years. However, the answer, like most answers, is not a simple yes or no. In this article, we at DEPO Ventures aim to consider the main aspects of cross-border investments and perhaps shed some light on the industry itself, mainly utilizing information from academic sources.
Business Angels in The Czech Republic Research 2021 just came out!
Angel investors do not lose the desire to continue investing. About a quarter of them intend to significantly increase the amount of venture capital this year. Half want to invest a similar amount of funds in startups at an early stage of development as last year. In addition, they are proving to be gradually increasing the frequency of their investments.
Second annual survey of the Business Angels in the Czech Republic 2021
What are the trends among investors? What startups did they invest in in 2021? Is it still fintech? Did they invest more than last year? What problems investors face most often? This and much more will be found out by survey from the syndicate of angel investors DEPO Angels, which falls under the DEPO Ventures group.
Research of business angels in the Czech Republic 2020
Financing from business angels is critical to the success of early-stage startups. Recent estimates suggest that Czech Republic has been below the other countries in Europe in terms of both the number of business angels and amount of the investments. Many details about Czech business angels have escaped public knowledge. To put it simply, there is a lack of knowledge on investment opportunities of Czech business angels.
Business Angels in the Czech Republic Research
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