Swiss start-ups are becoming more and more ambitious. There are many companies aiming to become the global number one in their market. An IPO is a matching exit strategy. On the other hand, barriers for IPOs lowered. Over a long period of time an IPO was only seen as a viable option for companies with a valuation of more than CHF200 million. However over the last two years more and more companies went public that were valued clearly less than CHF 100 million.
These trends lead to a keen interest in the subject. The IPO Days of Startup Invest are a good opportunity to get first-hand information and feedback from investment bankers and advisors and to get answers to questions regarding the topic.
The next IPO Day will take place on 13 November at Technopark Zurich. About 15 deep-tech start-ups from different industries will present their company and around 20 investment bankers and advisors will pitch to the audience. The event includes 1 to 1 meetings, an IPO workshop and a keynote by Matthias Courvoisier, Partner at BakerMcKenzie.
More information including the lists of pitching start-ups, investment bankers and advisors can be found on the website of the event.
Read more about the last IPO Day in our article from June.