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VC Love-In Berlin – your chance to connect with a who's who of European VCs Written by Charmaine Li on 23. November 2012

VC Love-In Berlin

VC Love-In Berlin

Are you a Berlin startup with a fresh, innovative or world-changing business idea? Ready to pitch your idea to a VC? Here’s your chance…

Next week, e.ventures and Passion Capital are hosting VC Love-In Berlin to give local startups the opportunity to meet and connect with important players in the European investor community. If you’re interested, make sure to register your startup before 11am on 27 November, 2012.

The full line-up of investors who’ll be participating: Balderton Capital, Battery Ventures, BDMI, DN Capital, e.ventures, Earlybird, Eden Ventures, Fidelity Ventures, Holtzbrinck Ventures, Mangrove, Partech International, Passion Capital, Redalpine, Seven Ventures, Sunstone Capital and Wellington Partners.

Between them, the event hosts and participating investors boast a diverse portfolio, with previous investments in Berlin including EyeEm, Readmill, KaufDA, 9flats, 6Wunderkinder, Amen, Gidsy and Loopcam.

The details – when and where

VC Love-In Berlin will be held on 28 November 2012 from 11am to 1pm at the MAS Angel Fund office on Friedelstrasse 27. Startups will be matched with investors and there will be 10-minute pitches during the two hours. If there’s a specific investor you’d like to meet with, don’t forget to indicate this in the comments of your registration form – event organisers will try to create pairing based on your preferences.

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