Attract investment partner and growth capital for your company
What are private equity funds:
A private equity fund is a financial institutional investor that seeks to employ capital in mature businesses, which possess an attractive portfolio of products or services, face the prospect of dynamic growth acceleration, and require extra funding to meet this goal.
Following the purchase of shares in the company, private equity funds are typically involved, for a couple of years, in developing high level business strategy and monitoring results, but rarely in the management of the company. Their main goal is to maximize returns from businesses they invest in.
The final stage of the private equity funds’ engagement is the divestment by the fund, commonly known as “exit”. The most common ways are:
By attracting private equity funds as investors, business owners may benefit from the:
Private equity funds in Poland:
Polish private equity sector is strong, diverse, and rapidly developing. Significant global players, European, and domestic funds focusing on the Polish market are active and look for investment opportunities across many industry sectors.
If your company is currently:
and the market you are targeting has the potential to multiply its size, enabling your company to significantly increase the scale of its operations,
you may consider approaching a venture capital fund in search for sources of financing.
Venture capital is aimed for medium and long term investments. Investments of this type are typically related to modern companies in their early stages of development, which operate in growing industries such as IT, renewable energy sources (RES), biotechnology, ICT, e-commerce, healthcare.
Venture capital investment:
Following the purchase of shares in the company, VC funds start the implementation of a precisely planned growth strategy. Funds’ representatives are not directly involved in management of the company, but closely monitor the execution of strategy, for example, through their representatives on supervisory boards of portfolio companies.
The final step in this investment process is the sale of shares in a company by the VC fund, usually to an industry investor or via IPO. The usual holding period in this type of investment is between 3 and 5 years.
Characteristics of venture capital investors:
By attracting venture capital funds as investors, business owners may benefit from the: