The Investor’s Dinner addresses…

…innovative digital startups with high growth potential who are looking for early-stage venture capital (€200.000 – €3.000.000).

What happens at the INVESTORS’ DINNER?

During a three-course dinner in an exclusive atmosphere you will present your start-up to venture capitalists and Angels who invest in technology oriented start-ups. After each course you will change the table and you will have the chance to approach different investors at the next table and convince them to invest in your start-up.

How do you benefit from the INVESTORS’ DINNER?

The 18 prior Investors’ Dinners from 2011 to November 2019 successfully paved the way for start-ups to receive investments. BMP, BDMI, b-to-v, the Frühphasenfonds Brandenburg, HTGF, Software & Support / WestTech Ventures, Unternehmertum Venture Capital Partners and other venture capitalists invested in over 20 participating startups. Moreover, many valuable contacts have been made. Additionally, you will benefit from the networking to build long-term investor relationships and gain from the experience of the preparation and pitching meeting with profound feedback of our experts.

Who is behind the INVESTORS’ DINNER?

The matching dinner is organized by media:net berlinbrandenburg and supported by our partners Deutsche Bank, Deutsche Telekom, eit digital, EY, Investitionsbank Berlin, IBB Beteiligungsgesellschaft and  Investitionsbank des Landes Brandenburg.

Which VCs will attend at the Investors’ Dinner?

VCs at our last events included: BFB Brandenburg Kapital GmbH, bmp Ventures AG, btov Partners, Capnamic Ventures, Companisto, Creathor Ventures, Deutera, Earlybird,, Gruner + Jahr, High-Tech Gründerfonds, HV Holtzbrinck Ventures, IBB Bet., ILB, innogy, JOIN Capital, June Fund, Motu Ventures, Project A, Porsche Ventures, seed+speed Ventures, Target Partners, Unternehmertum Venture Capital Partners, Ventech Capital, WestTech Ventures, Wille Finance AG and XAnge!

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