How does it work
- Startups and investors, participating in the current matchmaking round are offered to fill out a special form. Investors specify their preferences for a startup maturity, location and technology/industry. Startups describe their business in similar parameters.
- When the lists are closed, the startups were matched against the specified priorities by each investor (technical match) to create individual lists.
- Then individual lists are sent to investors to mark those startups, with whom they wish to continue the conversation. Then the introduction email is sent to an investor and a startup.
There is a value in assisted introductions both for startups and for investors.
Investors do not need to scout for relevant firms. They get a very comfortable way to research and select relevant companies. If investors are interested in a company, they can just mark it up and be introduced by email to the most relevant person.
It’s that easy and saves a lot of efforts.
But startups get the most value from the project. By participating in the matchmaking they get access to the active investors in their chosen field and get a real chance to raise the next round.
“Thanks a lot for the intro – ever so grateful!”Raffaella Baruzzo
Sign up for the next round of Matchmaking on September 2020
Signup for startups: https://bit.ly/StartupSignUpSep20
Signup for investors: https://bit.ly/InvestorSignupSep20