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ISE 2014: new pre-show investor showcase

ISE 2014 will offer attendees something a little different this year by way of a pre-show Investor Showcase. The event will bring together key personnel interested in the investment in design and manufacturing companies.

A collaboration between Integrated Systems Europe and Go4Venture, the pre-show Investor Showcase has been designed to place innovative design and manufacturing companies in front of potential investor partners, both financial and strategic.

Taking place at the Amsterdam RAI on Monday 3 February 2014, the Showcase is an invitation-only event for which applications to present are now being sought. There are no country restrictions and the organisers expect both early-stage and more established companies to participate.

“We are advisers and registered brokers who help to build great tech companies and realise their value with insightful M&A and financial advice,” says Jean-Michel Deligny, Managing Director, Go4Venture. “With the Investor Showcase, our goal is to create an event that showcases a bunch of companies which are exhibiting at ISE, which are doing interesting stuff and which are of interest to potential investors.

“Our 11,000-strong database includes venture capitalists, private-equity firms, companies and service providers – an enormous depth and variety of investment sources for ISE exhibitors looking to take their offering to the next level.”

Go4Venture is particularly keen to hear from ISE exhibitors in the sectors of Digital Signage, Residential Solutions, Unified Communications and Smart Building, but the Investor Showcase is not confined to those areas and any ISE exhibitor is free to apply for a presence at the event, which will be offered free of charge based on a number of strict criteria. Potential corporate investors from established manufacturing companies are also being encouraged to apply to attend.

For an online application form, go to: