7startup and Eqvista announce a global partnership, to empower startups with equity management and fundraising from VCs and sophisticated investors.
7startup and Eqvista are pleased to announce they have entered into a partnership, offering industry leading bespoke fundraising services together with Eqvista’s sophisticated equity management, for seed-stage to pre-IPO companies.
For startups, accessing target investors, VCs, Family Offices, and Angel networks whilst ensuring their valuation and cap table are validated and well managed, is a significant challenge. The 7startup-Eqvista partnership brings together deep skills in valuation assessment and cap table decision making, a global investor network, and investment readiness consulting, to help support our clients through successful funding rounds.
“The 7startup-Eqvista partnership is a powerful combination. Eqvista’s understanding of complex equity management and its software empowers startups, their shareholders, and investors to track, manage, and intelligent decisions about their companies’ equity. We believe this is vital for startups wherever they are in the world, it’s not only good housekeeping but essential to raise funding rounds,” said Amit Khanna, CEO of 7startup.
“Partnering with 7startup allows our clients to access a world-class funding service, a team that consists of startup entrepreneurs, investors, and investment analysts with a deep investment network. Together we look forward to supporting the next generation of startups, products, and platforms,” said Tomas Milar, Founder of Eqvista.
Eqvista is sophisticated equity management software that allows companies, investors, and company shareholders to track, manage, and make intelligent decisions about their companies’ equity. We enable seed-stage to pre-IPO companies to manage equity electronically to capture all shareholders’ activities.
7startup backs only the most innovative technology startups from across the globe. The company then helps with funding from seed to Series A and beyond, fueling its startups to become category-defining companies.