The European Venture Capital Renaissance: What Next? - Wednesday, May 11th

Harvard Business School’s Private Capital Project, the Private Capital Research Institute, and the Entrepreneurial Finance Group at the Technische Universitaet Muenchen invite you to a Zoom panel discussion:

The European Venture Capital Renaissance : What Next?

to be held on Wednesday, May 11th from 1030 am to 1130 am New York time (330 pm to 430 pm London time; 430 to 530 pm Central European time).

The European venture capital scene has experienced an extraordinary growth and maturation in recent years, with a number of entrepreneurial hubs and successful unicorns emerging. At the same time, the enthusiasm about this growth must be tempered by memories of the sharp decline in European venture activity after the “dot com bust” of the early 2000s. This session will explore what has been behind the extraordinary surge of European venture activity, and how it will fare in the challenging months and years ahead. The panelists will

  • Niklas Adalberth, Norrsken Foundation
  • Thomas Hellmann, Oxford University
  • Nenad Marovac, DN Capital
  • Diane Mulcahy, Kauffman Foundation

The moderator will be Reiner Braun from the Entrepreneurial Finance Group at the Technische Universitaet Muenchen.

Register in advance for this webinar:

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

As a reminder, this workshop will be held under the “Chatham House rule.”

Reiner Braun of TUM will moderate.