Investors play a key role in the InnoCash valorisation model. At one link of the chain are the suppliers of technology and at the other investors, which promote and finance projects that allow for transferring R&D results into innovation of social value.
The InnoCash programme involves two types of investors:
- Promoting-investors: proponents and initiators of an innovation project from one of the technology offers that appear in the InnoCash showcase. They are "first-round" financers and with their involvement prescribe the technology to get additional funding from others including the InnoCash programme
- Co-investors: financial institutions and private investors get directly in touch with the InnoCash staff to get frontend information over projects and later decide which to invest in. Co-investors increase the likelihood of the InnoCash programme to finance projects because they act as their "advocators," thus accelerating the process of due diligence.
Become an InnoCash Investor
Any company or individual may request to become an investor of the InnoCash programme.
Although you are not required to formally certify yourself as an investor before proposing and/or financing projects, registering as such will help you get first-hand information on technologies and business opportunities that are managed by the InnoCash programme.
InnoCash Investor Directory
The list of investors validated by the InnoCash programme, which have expressly consented to appear in the directory, is given below: