Welcome to the third of our 5-part series on why you should choose Switzerland as a business location for your scale-up. In partnership with Switzerland Global Enterprise.
Have you ever wondered how you can benefit from Switzerland's strong investor base and accelerator programs to support the launch and growth of your company?
Switzerland's stability, innovative environment, and robust venture capital scene make it a magnet for scale-ups seeking investors. Renowned research institutions and technology clusters provide access to cutting-edge opportunities. The flourishing venture capital landscape heightens the chance of finding interested investors, and government funding bolsters the appeal for those seeking comprehensive support. In essence, Switzerland's stable environment, combined with innovation, venture capital, and government backing, positions it as an appealing destination for scale-ups aiming to attract investor partnerships.
With this approach, Switzerland provides a fertile ground for innovation and growth – and your scale-up can benefit from it.
Funding: Accelerator Programs and Incubators in Switzerland
Switzerland has several accelerator programs and incubators that support scientists and entrepreneurs in launching and growing exceptional companies. To ensure compatibility, we offer you our support in comparing and finding the right accelerator program for your business. We are also happy to provide you with an introduction to the Swiss innovation agency Innosuisse, which offers funding for innovation projects, networking, training, and coaching.
Ready to internationalize your business?
Switzerland Global Enterprise (S-GE) is a partner of Kickstart Innovation. We help you in evaluating Switzerland for your business venture. We provide legal, tax, and administrative benchmarking data, organize site visits for your team to experience Switzerland for yourself, and facilitate contacts with industry-specific ecosystem players, and answer all your questions about Switzerland as a business location – free of charge!
Cover image by Henrique Ferreira.