15 June 2021, hotel Westin Zagreb and livestream
How can private equity and venture capital (PE&VC) investments accelerate the Croatian economy’s growth to catch up with the world's best economies? By investing in the best entrepreneurial projects, PE&VC investments are paving the way for a change in the entire Croatian business environment towards sustainability and success. The BestInvest.hr conference rewards the best entrepreneurs and investors and offers solutions for the future’s Croatian economy.MORE
The CVCA aims to facilitate and facilitate the creation of a conducive environment for private equity and venture capital investments in the Republic of Croatia and the region, and to become a central meeting place for all members of the private equity and venture capital industry.
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Expect to network with the leading players of the industry. Private Equity event in Warsaw will be the perfect place to meet LPs, GPs, and PE/VC Target Companies.Details
The 0100 Virtual DACH conference gives you the best networking opportunity of the year combining several options how you can interact with the audience through our virtual platform.Details
Membership in the Croatian Private Equity and Venture Capital Association and your participation in CVCA activities will bring about the development of a dynamic investment market that will, as such, contribute to the development of the Croatian economy.
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British-Croatian startup Cognism has received a USD 12.5 million investment from the VC fund of Switzerland's largest telecom, Swisscom Ventures. With this new capital, Cognism plans to open offices across Europe and further invest in the development of its products.
Three years after taking over the Studenac retail chain, the Polish private equity fund Enterprise Investors has left the ownership structure of the National Retail Chain (NTL), in which it had a 20% stake.