Italian equity crowdfunding platform for venture capital investment Doorway and the Romanian company SeedBlink, a European venture investment platform specializing in technology, have signed a strategic partnership to provide their investors with a unique channel of access to investments in international hi-tech startups and scale-ups.
SeedBlink enables private investors to fund high-end hi-tech startups and scale-ups across Europe. Founded in Romania and already licensed throughout Europe under the new European regulation, the platform has more than 70,000 private investors and has raised €60 million in the past three years.
In August 2022, SeedBlink acquired the historic Dutch platform Symbid, one of the first equity crowdfunding platforms in Europe, founded in 2011.
The partnership will be able to provide users of both platforms-private clients, financial advisors, private bankers, family offices, and wealth managers-with an evolving portfolio of high-profile deals.
SeedBlink CEO Carmen Sebe said: “The growth of the European tech sector is promising, but the fragmentation of the market between countries, each with its own legal system, makes investing across borders complicated. So the challenge is to build a European network through local representation in each country. Doorway’s leadership in Italy will offer our investors unique access to high-potential investments with Italian DNA.”
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The content and benefits of the partnership between Doorway and SeedBlink
Based on the signed partnership, Doorway’s investor community will have access to deals selected by Seedblink in the international market and vice versa. This will facilitate pan-European investments by consolidating the financial infrastructure available to technology SMEs.
The partnership between SeedBlink and Doorway will provide investors with a portfolio of selected and evolving investment opportunities, in advanced or follow-up rounds, with rapid exit prospects and often already funded by international Venture Capital funds.
With access through SeedBlink to a deal-flow of high-profile European technology-driven realities and Doorway’s local expertise, the partnership will offer the opportunity to create a value proposition for investors with a portfolio of innovative start-ups with high growth potential.
The agreement with Seedblink is part of Doorway’s international expansion process, which has already partnered with OurCrowd – a global online venture capital platform named the most active venture capital investor in Israel by Pitchbook – and opened an office in Brussels, with a local team dedicated to developing the European market
Doorway CEO Antonella Grassigli said: “We are excited to partner with SeedBlink, Europe’s leading venture capital platform specializing in technology. This partnership will provide Doorway’s investor community with access to innovative technology startups and scale-ups selected by Seedblink.”
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