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NVC: We are not slowing down!

A new report by industry portal Vestbee.com has been recently released, summarizing the activity in the VC sector in Central and Eastern Europe in 1st Q2021. Therefore we are proud to announce that once again Netrix Ventures (NVC) has been listed in prestigious group of the most dynamic and active funds investing for start-ups in area of CEE.

Preparingthe latest report experts emphasize that Poland and Estonia were the most active countries in funding rounds in the 1st Q2021. According to Vestbee analysts, the Polish ecosystem has once again shown its strength and wealth in interesting startup projects and a large group of investors. This made it possible to achieve an impressive 40% increase in the number of transactions compared to similar period of last year.

According to experts, Poland and Estonia also left their mark on total funding obtained in all countries of CEE. Polish and Estonian startups secured nearly a quarter of the total investment (over EUR 90 million), which proves the enormous strength and development opportunities of these business ecosystems. According to the data provided by Vestbee, the Czech Republic and Croatia also deserve a distinction, attracting an impressive amount of investments – 207 million and 72 million euro respectively.


“I am extremely proud that once again we are well settled among the most active funds in the VC sector in our part of the continent. I must emphasize this fantastic award is particularly important to us, because it’s been an result of great teamwork. Our people are our greatest capital and I hope this achievement will be a great motivation for all of us to continue our work, and will give us many more reasons for further satisfaction. We also do not forget about our partners, because our cooperation is a very important quality measure for us at Netrix Ventures.”

Łukasz Gołąbek, Vice President of Netrix Ventures:


A detailed summary of the first quarter in the VC sector is available here: VESTBEE

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