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Often, the first steps of a startup are more costly in terms of time than in money. In addition, many founders try to rely on their own capital for as long as possible in an effort to remain independent. Sooner or later, however, capital is necessary in order to continue growing.
Private equity in particular is becoming more popular in the Swiss startup scene. According to the Swiss Venture Capital Report, 2.6 billion Swiss francs in venture capital flowed into the accounts of Swiss startups here in the first half of 2022 – 50% more than during the same period the year previous.
We’ll show you five classic ways founders can arrange financing via privately organized channels at an early phase – and then afterwards with Sparks on SIX Swiss Exchange, a commonly overlooked way forward via public equity:
Is your company looking to grow? Do you need capital? Or would you like to strengthen your brand? SIX is the right partner for you – with Sparks, the new segment on the Swiss stock exchange for SMEs and startups at the expansion stage.Find Out More