TechCrunch is embarking on a significant new challenge to survey the enterprise capital traders of Europe, and their cities.
Our survey of VCs in Dublin will seize how the town is faring, and what modifications are being wrought amongst traders by the coronavirus pandemic. (Please notice, if in case you have stuffed out the survey already, there isn’t any must do it once more).
We’d prefer to understand how Eire’s startup scene is evolving, how the tech sector is being impacted by COVID-19 and, typically, how your considering will evolve from right here. Clearly, most VCs are in Dublin, however we don’t wish to miss out on these based mostly elsewhere.
Our survey will solely be about traders, and solely the contributions of VC traders might be included. A couple of associate is welcome to fill out the survey.
The shortlist of questions would require solely temporary responses, however the extra you’ll be able to add, the higher.
Clearly, traders who contribute might be featured within the closing surveys, with hyperlinks to their firms and profiles.
What sorts of issues can we wish to know? Questions embody: Which developments are you most excited by? What startup do you would like somebody would create? The place are the ignored alternatives? What are you searching for in your subsequent funding, on the whole? How is your native ecosystem going? And the way has COVID-19 impacted your funding technique?
This survey is a part of a broader series of surveys we’re doing to assist founders discover the precise traders.
For instance, right here is the latest survey of London.
You aren’t in Dublin, however want to participate? That’s high-quality! Any European VC investor can STILL fill out the survey, as we most likely might be placing a name out to your metropolis subsequent anyway! And we are going to use the info for future surveys on vertical matters.
The survey is masking nearly each nation on the continent of Europe (not simply EU members, btw), so simply search for your nation and metropolis on the survey and please take part (if you’re a enterprise capital investor).
Thanks for collaborating. When you have questions you’ll be able to e mail firstname.lastname@example.org