Presented today in Milan, hosted by Borsa Italiana, the “Fintech M&As Study” realized by Mind the Bridge in collaboration with L’Atelier BNP-Paribas Americas. Based on the “Tech Startup M&As: 2018 Report” published in 2018 with Crunchbase, the study focuses on M&As in the global Fintech scene, covering today a wide range of solutions, from lending to saving, personal and institutional investments, equity financing, consumer banking, and more.
In September 2018, together with Crunchbase, we published our Tech Startup M&As: 2018 Report, shedding some light over the main global M&A market trends. We’ve tracked about 22,000 startup exits worldwide, for a total deal value of about $1.2 trillion. After a strong increase in the 2016-2017 timeframe, we recorded a consolidation of both the number of global exits and deal value.
Today’s episode will be with Jason Victor, event coordinator at a great Finnish midsize companies Glaston. The goal of this initiative is to help Mid Sized companies to innovate and more specifically to develop partnerships with startups.
Mind the Bridge is very happy to announce its partnership with JETRO (Japanese External Trade Organization), born with the scope of supporting the best Japanese startups in US Market Access capacity.
Marco Marinucci, CEO of Mind the Bridge, sits down for a chat with old friend Fabrizio Capobianco, serial entrepreneur, most recently CEO of Tok.TV. And explains why being an Entrepreneur is a horrible job (among the other things).