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Resilience, innovation and ambition: the capital market and companies

Pedro Wilton, Senior Account Manager, Euronext Lisbon

TechShare program with 10 portuguese companies

What opportunities may the capital market offer to technology companies and how can they prepare for an eventual IPO? Providing answers to these questions and supporting entrepreneurs to become familiar with the capital market is the main objective of Euronex’s TechShare program, launched in 2015. The 6th edition of this program, which started in October 2020 and should run until June 2021, comprises innovative companies from eight countries: Germany, Belgium, Spain, France, Holland, Italy, Portugal and Switzerland.

The program that prepares technological companies for the stock market

The 5th edition of Euronext’s TechShare, which started in September 2019, runs until May this year. This pan-European program aims at informing tech companies about the opportunities offered by capital markets and how they can prepare for an eventual...

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The world on the wrong path

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