Current Issues

ESG reporting for growth companies

Investment decisions are increasingly geared towards sustainable growth and ESG commitment – also among venture

New study on start-ups and scale-ups

Together with the Internet Economy Foundation (IE.F), the Bundesverband Deutsche Startups e.V. and Deutsche

New partner: Bulgarian Stock

Potential new member companies from Bulgaria gain access to complementary financing opportunities through DBVN.

Report: The road to IPO and beyond – ...

In cooperation with we explored the interconnected landscape of private and public tech companies


Deutsche Börse Venture Network

The road to IPO essentials

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Going public as start-up allows for long term funding of growth and innovation. Are you taking that road? We are the first point of contact if you would like to benefit from our expertise on capital market financing. Get started here.

Capital market Know-How

For CEOs, CTOs and CFOs of late stage tech companies: Learn what it takes to take your company from private to public. We deepen your capital market know-how in collaboration with leading experts in this field. If you aim for an IPO at some point, there is no reason not to join. Learn more here.

Networking events for the community

We connect you within the member community but also with our strong partners, coming from the capital markets area. Join exclusive C-level formats for trusted exchange with selected experts who deeply know the IPO business. More here.

ESG and sustainability

Sustainable finance is playing an increasingly important role on the capital market – both for companies and for investors. For founders, the incorporation of ESG principles into their business model from the outset opens up vast opportunities, in terms of future growth and attracting investors. Learn more here.

Transaction value by member companies

Recently closed deals






Series C

€ 25m


Early Stage

€ 12m 



€ 222m

Timeless I New Horizon GmbH


€ 12m

Number of rounds


Total transaction value

€ 6.8 billion