Q1 2023 was expected to be the continuation of the European economy recovery, as highlighted by the International Monetary Fund report after three macroeconomic events shook European economics (WEF, 2023). The war in Ukraine, rising infl ation, and the energy crisis. Despite signs of recovery in Q4 2022, in Q1 2023 Venture investment was faced with a banking crisis as well, which aff ected several institutions, including vital Silicon Valley Bank and Credit Suisse.
In our EVSI Report Q4 2022, we recorded another decrease in the index actual continuing the trend from Q1 and Q2.
Benjamin Jentzsch, CEO and owner of Linde Verlag and Berthold Baurek-Karlic, CEO at Venionaire. discuss the future potential of digitization for publishers and media companies, as well as the role start-ups will play in this process.
Investing in art is indeed not an invention of the 21st century. Today, however, there is more to it than just personal love and noble patronage. The soaring value of certain genres of art has dramatically increased the visibility of art and collectibles as an alternative asset class. Managing an art portfolio therefore requires countless individual strategic decisions.
In our EVSI Report Q3 2022, we recorded another decrease in the index actual continuing the trend from Q1 and Q2.
Professional investment vehicles’ management teams are confronted with the need to sign a variety of legal documents on at least a weekly (if not daily) basis. Knowing this administrative necessity ourselves (and knowing about all the different business models out there having to do the same), we took the time to dive into the current state of digitization of signatures – and ended up investing in one company tackling this vertical.
The Hamburg-based functional beer startup JoyBräu is the first food company to raise €2 million through a security token offering (blockchain-based financing).
Danku_R is a Web3 Enthusiast and Crypto Blogger/Youtuber and supports Venionaire as Expert Partner in different web3 and crypto topics.
Risk management and allocation decisions are a real challenge for asset managers in times of complex market dislocations. The recently sharp rise in inflation, announced interest rate hikes and increased global supply chain problems require a rethinking of the usual allocation.
Linde Verlag is tackling the future with a new subsidiary: The publishing house will hereafter bundle all of its digital activities in Linde Digital GmbH.