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Simona Domazetoska
Exits do not happen overnight. Startup investing is a long-term commitment and a liquidity event like a trade sale or a public offering can take from 6 to 10 years to materialize. This obviously has a huge impact on the financial return for the » Continue reading
Published on 28 September 2017, by Simona Domazetoska
Nezasa
Together with investiere.ch, the travel startup Nezasa closed a CHF 2 million Series A at the end of 2016. With a contribution of CHF 520’000, investiere.ch was the largest single contributor to this round. Founded in 2012 by a team of » Continue reading
Published on 27 September 2017, by David Sidler
CheckYeti
investiere investors participate alongside a renowned VC and numerous top-ranked business angels.   CheckYeti, the leading platform for online outdoor activity booking in the Alpine region, has just closed its Series A financing » Continue reading
Published on 20 September 2017, by David Sidler
Simona Domazetoska
Studies on venture capital have devoted remarkably little attention to the exit process of companies, and in particular, to the price that startups get acquired for. Yet the exit price is perhaps one of the most relevant indicators of the » Continue reading
Published on 15 September 2017, by Simona Domazetoska
Simona Domazetoska
As part of our Swiss exit infographic series, we’re highlighting some of the key takeaways from the 134 exits we tracked in the past 17 years. In case you missed our previous blog posts, check them out here:    #1 » Continue reading
Published on 23 August 2017, by Simona Domazetoska
David Sidler
investiere.ch has developed the most comprehensive free job offering for startups.   Recruiting talent is one of the most important aspects contributing to a startup’s success, but it is also a major challenge. Young companies » Continue reading
Published on 24 July 2017, by David Sidler
Beekeeper
investiere was the 2nd largest investor in a financing round that included 4 VCs Beekeeper is a mobile-first platform designed specifically for non-desktop employees who often do not even have a corporate email address. With over 100 » Continue reading
Published on 21 June 2017, by David Sidler
David Sidler
As part of our Swiss exit infographic series, we’re highlighting some of the key takeaways from the 134 exits we tracked in the past several years. In case you missed our previous posts, have a look here:   #1  Introductory » Continue reading
Published on 15 June 2017, by David Sidler
Simona Domazetoska
As part of our Swiss exit infographic series, we’re highlighting some of the key takeaways from the 134 exits we tracked in the past several years. In case you missed our previous posts, have a look here:   #1  Introductory » Continue reading
Published on 01 June 2017, by Simona Domazetoska
David Sidler
As part of our Swiss exit infographic series, we’re highlighting some of the key takeaways from the 134 exits we tracked in the past several years. Check out the infographic here as well as the introductory article on the » Continue reading
Published on 18 May 2017, by David Sidler