Swiss based Netcetera is searching for up to five investments in startups in Serbia in the amount of 200,000 EUR during 2016, and according to ICT HUB, the company plans to do a similar investment dynamic in the next couple of years.
Netcetera, founded in 1996 and based in Zurich, has roughly 350 employees in five countries. In the recent years the company has also been focusing on investing in different start-ups and that’s what the company has in mind with its presence in Serbia, through a partnership with ICT HUB.
Netcetera plans to invest up to 200,000 euros per start-up and also built a network of partners to be able to support startups, which needs greater investment that the mentioned sum. On top of the sum, start-ups will also benefit mentoring, resources and other perks.
The general focus of the investments are web and software-based startups, as Netcetera is a company active in FINTECH, transit tech, connected health, digital enterprise, law enforcement, media and entertainment.
You can find more information about the investment focus of Netcetera and what they wish to get from Serbian startups in this application form. Applications are opened until February 15th.