Calling Oslo VCs: Be featured in The Great TechCrunch Survey of European VC

Calling Oslo VCs: Be featured in The Great TechCrunch Survey of European VC

TechCrunch is embarking on a major project to survey Europe’s enterprising capital investors and their cities. Our survey of VCs in Oslo and Norway will capture how the country is progressing and what changes are taking place among investors due to the coronavirus epidemic.

We want to know how Norway’s start-up scenario is evolving, how the technology sector affected by COVID-19, and in general, how you are thinking will evolve from here. Our survey will be about investors only, and will only include contributions from VC investors. Multiple partners are welcome to complete the survey. (Please note, if you have already completed the survey, there is no need to do it again).

A short list of questions will only require a short response, but the more you can add the better. 

You can fill out the survey here.

Clearly, the final survey of investors who will contribute will featured with links to their firms and profiles. What kind of things do we want to know? The questions include, which trend you most motivated by? Would anyone create that you want to get started? Where are the neglected opportunities? In general, what are you looking for in your next investment? How is your local ecosystem going? In addition, how has COVID-19 affected your investment strategy?

This survey is part of a broader series of surveyors that we are helping to find the right investors for the establishment. For example, the latest survey in London is here.

You are not in Norway, but want to take part? That is right! Any European VC investors can still complete this survey, as we will probably call your country anyway! In addition, we will use the data for future surveys on vertical subjects. 

The survey covers almost every country in the Mediterranean Union, so find your country and city in the survey and please take part (if you are a venture capital investor). Thank you for your participation. If you have questions, you can email me at [email protected].