ELITE welcomes 17 companies today, surpassing 500 company milestone
- 17 new companies join ELITE from across Europe and Israel
- Budapest Stock Exchange unveils seven companies joining ELITE in Hungary from the ELITE-BSE Partnership
- First Danish company joins ELITE
- ELITE Club Deal, the private placement platform, signs strategic agreement with The HUB for technology solutions
- More than 750 companies, advisers and investors make up growing ELITE community
Luca Peyrano, CEO, ELITE:
“ELITE continues to innovate and support the job creators, innovators and business stars of tomorrow. We are excited to present the latest international group of companies from across Europe, Israel and Hungary, in partnership with the Budapest Stock Exchange.
“ELITE, together with its partners, is committed to supporting the most ambitious businesses, allowing them to scale and grow. Its most recent innovation, ELITE Club Deal, will further streamline the capital raising process for companies and our strategic partnership with The HUB will allow us to power the ELITE Club Deal platform with best in class technology.”
Richard Végh, CEO, Budapest Stock Exchange:
“One of the key components in the strategy of the Budapest Stock Exchange is to become the most essential financing platform for competitive and successful Hungarian companies. The Program was launched with the objective to implement a comprehensive development program for the equity market and the stock exchange that contributes to the growth of the Hungarian economy in the long term and fosters additional improvement in the country’s competitiveness.
“I believe that all the seven companies in the presently launched group are Hungarian ventures that stand out in their respective fields and that all of them are innovative, open to novelties, and want to grow and develop. Via practice-oriented training, the Program aims to provide support in the development of ambitious and dynamic companies just like them. I’m proud of them and I can say one could not hope for better applicants. I wish them and also the representatives of the other non-resident participants the best of luck.”