According to the Bank’s website, the project consists of an equity investment of up to EUR 10 million in favour of Practica Venture Capital III (the "Fund") targeting early-stage technology driven companies in Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania. The project will form part of the Bank's Early-Stage Innovation Facility II ("ESIF II"), a EUR 200 million facility through which the EBRD selectively invests in commercially-oriented early-stage venture capital funds.
The Fund will make equity and quasi-equity investments in early-stage technology driven companies in Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania, collectively the "Target Region".
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+370 686 13486
Antakalnio g. 17-2, Vilnius, Lithuania
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