Green start-ups and raising capital - problems and causes
  • © Rolf Schulten

ISPIM 2019

European Innovation Conference

  • 2019, Florence, Italy

At ISPIM 2019, Borderstep presents current results in the field of Sustainable Entrepreneurship.

Do those start-ups that set themselves economic, ecological and/or social targets have more difficulties raising capital than other start-ups? Dr. Linda Bergset and Dr. Yasmin Olteanu analysed data from 1,550 start-ups in Germany to answer this question. The results will be presented at this year’s ISPIM conference.

ISPIM is the largest European innovation conference and takes place annually at changing locations.

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