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Exceptional opportunity for startups: join the meeting with investors from Germany, US and Turkey
Armenia | Public Journalism Club, The Economic Policy Research Foundation of Turkey
The ICT startups are invited to participate in an open meeting with prominent venture capitalists, angel investors from Silicon Valley, Germany and Turkey, as well as representatives of Armenia's primary investing and business networks interested in ICT industry investments.

During the meeting, you will be able to address your questions to investors, get valuable tips on attracting investments, launching successful entrepreneurship, as well as establish connections and pitch your own startups.

Foreign investors, in turn, will have the opportunity to acquaint themselves with startup environment in the ICT sector and explore overall startup capacity in Armenia.


Tugce Ergul, Director of Angel Labs, a global investor accelerator, based in Silicon Valley, Harald Braunstein, Founding Partner at German NFQ Capital, Alana Tung of Delivery Hero, based in Berlin,  Ertan Can, Investment Director at HR Ventures in Frankfurt, as well as entrepreneurs and representatives of ICT sector in Turkey and Armenia will be among the attendees of the meeting.  


The invited investors will arrive in Armenia within the framework of Armenia-Turkey Investor Day initiative.

The meeting is a free entrance event that will be held on 2 May 2017, from 17:30- 18:30, at  Radisson Blu (located at Azatutyan Ave., 2/2 Building, Yerevan, Armenia)

You can find the biographies of the investors in the attached document.


For further information, please contact Gohar Akelyan, the PJC Programme Coordinator, at +37494515585, email: [email protected].

Armenia-Turkey Investor Day is initiated by the Public Journalism Club and the Economic Policy Research Foundation of Turkey within the framework of the Exchange of Entrepreneurs  Project under theSupport to the Armenia-Turkey Normalization Process: Stage 2  Programme funded by the European Union.


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