Investor Summit Liechtenstein looking for champions

Start-ups and SMEs looking for capital can now apply for the Investor Summit Liechtenstein. Winners will have the opportunity to present their ideas in front of around 250 investors. Carsten Maschmeyer and Prinz Max von und zu Liechtenstein will appear as speakers.

The application phase for the Investor Summit Liechtenstein has opened. Start-ups and SMEs seeking capital can submit their business ideas until the end of July. On November 25th, the winners will be able to present onstage in front of around 250 investors and decision makers at a pitch in Schaan. According to a press release, reputable private investors, business angels, and institutional investors from the entire German-speaking area have already confirmed their participation.

The main speakers for the event at Saal am Lindenplatz will be Carsten Maschmeyer and Prinz Max von und zu Liechtenstein. According to the press release, Maschmeyer, also known as a mentor in the TV program “Höhle der Löwen” (the German version of Dragons’ Den) turned his financial consulting firm in Hannover into an international company in record time. He sold this to SwissLife in 2007. Today he supports start-ups and participates in promising companies.

Prinz Max von und zu Liechtenstein is CEO of the LGT Group. The financial group owned by the Princely House of Liechtenstein manages over 225 billion Swiss francs in private banking and asset management. Its Impact Investing Program aims to provide undersupplied consumers with access to better basic needs, information, and services as well as promoting sustainable use of resources.

In addition to these keynotes, the conference program comprises workshops and networking opportunities. The events agency Skunk AG and the Verein Liechtensteiner Investitionsmarkt (Association of the Liechtenstein Investment Market) are the organizers. The main partners are EquityPitcherRed Leafs Tax Advisory, and The Prosperity Company.

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