Natixis and Enternext organise their first IPO training session for midcap technology companies
On 4 January, Natixis organised the “Key steps to the IPO” training session, aimed at informing the 14 attending innovative technology companies on the procedure for Initial Public Offerings. This event took place as part of the TechShare programme organised by Enternext, the Euronext subsidiary that specialises in the promotion and development of financial market access for small and midcaps.
Launched in May 2013, EnterNext is the subsidiary of the Euronext Group designed to develop and promote its stock markets specifically for small and medium-size enterprises (SMEs). Drawing on its pan-European presence, EnterNext brings together all Euronext Group initiatives for companies with market capitalisations under €1 billion, including companies listed in the B and C compartments of its regulated European markets and on Alternext, the market tailored to the needs of SMEs. EnterNext plays an active role in facilitating SMEs' access to financial markets, helping them generate the funds they need to grow at regional, national and pan-European level.
TechShare is a unique pan-European programme designed to familiarise tech companies with financial markets. It targets heads of innovative unlisted companies who want to better understand market expectations and how to prepare their company for an IPO. Thirty entrepreneurs are supported for one year by professionals that have teamed up with EnterNext to deploy a three-part programme: academic training through two in-person sessions, a technical component with sessions that give business leaders a chance to talk with professionals, and a coaching segment for one-on-one training.
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