The list of panelists included representatives of KASE, heads of accelerators, investment funds and startup companies.
One of the most important elements of the development of startups funding infrastructure is the public availability, which provides private equity funds with overall access to information about startup companies.
Having 25 years of experience in doing business with issuers and investors the Exchange has worked out optimal requirements for startup companies who are interested in borrowing capital.
Startup companies have provided 50 applications, 10 companies are filing documents, and 4 companies have been granted access: “PACK MAN” LLP, “Allavin” LLP, “Podpishi Online” LLP and “Smart Production” LLP.
Half of the companies who have filed documents represent IT industry, 20 % – finance, 10 % – energy, 20 % – other industries.