TechCrunch is launching a major project to survey venture capital investors in Europe and their cities.
Our survey of VCs in the Czech Republic and Prague will show how the country is doing and what changes the coronavirus pandemic is causing among investors.
We would like to know how the Prague and wider Czech startup scene is developing, how the tech sector is being affected by COVID-19, and how your thinking in general will develop from here.
Our survey is only about investors and Only contributions from VC investors are taken into account. More than one partner is welcome to take part in the survey. (Please note that if you have already completed the survey, you do not need to fill out the survey again.)
The shortlist of questions only requires short answers. The more you can add the better.
You can fill out the survey here.
Obviously, contributing investors are featured in the closing surveys with links to their companies and profiles.
What do we want to know? Questions include: Which trends are you most interested in? Which startup should someone create? Where are the overlooked opportunities? In general, what are you looking for in your next investment? How is your local ecosystem doing? And how has COVID-19 affected your investment strategy?
This survey is part of a wider suite of surveys we conduct to help founders find the right investors.
For example, here is the latest survey in London.
Are you not in the Czech Republic but want to participate? It’s good! Any European VC investor can STILL complete the survey as we will likely be calling your country next anyway! And we will use the data for future surveys on vertical issues.
The survey covers almost every country in the Union for the Mediterranean. So just find your country and city on the survey and please take part (if you are a venture capital investor).
Thank you very much for your participation. If you have any questions, you can email [email protected]
(Please note: completing the survey is not a guarantee of inclusion in the final piece published.)