18 August 2020. InvestHorizon aims to support 500 European deep-tech entrepreneurs in raising EUR 500 million over a period of two and a half years. To achieve that goal the InvestHorizon team has been working over the summer to propose you a menu full of activities for the new term, from free webinars, to online courses open to the public, without forgetting the bootcamps, pitching academies and e-fora for the succeed entrepreneurs participating at the InvestHorizon Acceleration Programme.
24 July 2020. Less than a week for the next cut-off day for the fifth cohort of deep tech entrepreneurs looking to enter the InvestHorizon Accelerator Programme. More than 200 deep tech companies have enjoyed or are in the process of benefiting the services that InvestHorizon, with the financial support, is offering them.
30 June 2020. InvestHorizon Accelerator Programme has received 118 applications from deep tech entrepreneurs from 25 different countries, almost 50% more of applications in this occasion than in the previous editions altogether. The top 6 countries applying are: Spain, France, Germany, Switzerland, UK and Italy.
29 May 2020. As part of the InvestHorizon Acceleration Programme, 30 companies have received an online coaching on how to create their investment strategy, how to develop their business plan, and learn about the importance of their teams.
InvestHorizon is an accelerator programme designed to facilitate the access to Series A funding for selected deep tech companies and help them boost their investment readiness and investor relations. More than 100 SMEs has been already accelerated. Join us now by applying to our new call for applications!
InvestHorizon Academy is an online learning platform that aims to support 5,000 European deep tech entrepreneurs.
It gathers insights from leading investors and corporations such as 500 Startups, Visa, Allianz, Telefónica, Iberia,
Almirall, IDC, ClarkeModet, Kibo Ventures, Notion.vc, Encomenda Smart Capital and Conexo Ventures.
This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.
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