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Nordic Investor Day 2019


Nordic Business Day 2019

writer icon Hanne Larsen     ISB   |   Tech     🕐 19. Sep. 2019


Networking and knowledge sharing were the main focal points at Wednesday's Nordic Investor Day, held at Mogens Dahl Koncertsal in Copenhagen Denmark.

TechBBQ were partners at the full-day event alongside Nordic Business Angels Network, Danish Business Angels Network, and DVCA. The event went on from 10 AM to 17:30 PM, followed by a dinner where the investors had a chance to connect further with one another.

A Good Turnout
The Nordic Investor Day 2019 had a good turnout with a gathering of 250 investors. Excited about the turnout of investors were also the techBBQ team themselves. One of the people behind the Nordic Investor Day 2019 was Alex Felman.

“One of the things that I am also really excited about are some of the big-name players we were able to get, like EON, PreSeed Ventures, Scale Venture Partners, Index Ventures, SoftBank Vision ”, Felman said.

The Day
Talks during the day were focused on what the different Venture Capitalist and Business Angels had invested in, tactics around what to look for in an investment and how to ensure the best growth of a startup.

On the event webpage, regarding the event, it says "A unique opportunity for making new connections and catching up with old friends". Old relations were refreshed and newcomers to the event got a chance to build bonds with local Business Angels and investors.

French Business Angel Johan Roirand had flown in for the event and was happy with the outcome. “I think it is a very good opportunity to be here. To build bridges between Nordic investors, and French ones, and global ones in general.” Roirand told ISB.

The range of backgrounds represented among the investors was rather varied. Some were there representing large investment firms such as SoftBank, others were local or global Business Angels, all were present to genuinely learn from one another.



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