Strategic financing solutions
We define “DeepTech” as the sector of companies whose product or service offering is based on substantial scientific advances and high-tech engineering that creates real technological innovation and patents / IP. Typical verticals include:
- Advanced Manufacturing / 3D Printing
- Advanced Components
- Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning
- Cleantech & New Energy
- Material Science
- Internet of Things / Industry 4.0
- New Mobility (E-mobility, Autonomous cars)
- Robotics & Drones
- Software / SaaS
- Virtual & Augmented Reality
We understand the challenges these companies often face – substantial R&D expenses, long-term oriented business plan, often hardware related business models, low visibility, unfashionable business models, lacking investor interest – and support founders and managers to find the strategic financing solutions they need to achieve their business and technology vision.
WHAT WE DO
FCF develops bespoke financing strategies and advises its clients during the entire fund raising process. We primarily focus on the following financing types with an extensive network to leading tech investors in Europe, USA and Asia as well as selected family offices and strategic investors:
FCF identifies and approaches systematically relevant tech investors, depending on indication, stage, volume and our clients‘ future financing strategies.
FCF has vast experience in non-dilutive alternative-equity financings for tech companies. In addition, FCF is the leading advisor for growth debt financings from the European Investment Bank with its InnovFin Program.
FCF supports tech companies in the preparation and execution of initial public offerings (IPO), advising its clients regarding the feasiblity, timing, structuring, placment and management of the IPO process as well as regarding investment bank and investor selection.
FACTS & FIGURES
completed DeepTech transactions
DeepTech transaction volume
DeepTech Team of
Investment Banking Professionals
€ 9 million
Hydrogenious LOHC Technologies GmbH
Hydrogenious LOHC Technologies GmbH
€ 17 million
> € 10 million
DEEPTECH RESEARCH SERIES
The “FCF DeepTech Series” is a quarterly series of reports tracking European venture capital funding trends within four main DeepTech verticals. We highlight deal counts, volumes, investor interests, subsector trends, geographic hotspots, IPO activity as well as M&A / trade sale activity.
Each quarter one of the four verticals – Cleantech, Advanced Manufacturing, Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and Robotics – is examined individually.
Each report is a quick reference for investors, corporates and professionals for the funding trends within the respective vertical.
Cleantech Venture Capital Report European VC Funding trends, IPO and M&A activity in the CleanTech sector
Advanced Manufacturing Venture Capital Report European VC Funding trends, IPO and M&A activity in the Advanced Manufacturing sector
Industrial Internet of Things Venture Capital Report European VC Funding trends, IPO and M&A activity in the IIoT sector
NEWS & PRESS
FCF Fox Corporate Finance GmbH is pleased to publish the “FCF Advanced Manufacturing Venture Capital Report – 2020”. The report is part of the “FCF DeepTech Series“, which is a quarterly series of reports tracking
FCF Fox Corporate Finance GmbH is pleased to publish the “Robotics Venture Capital Report – 09/2020”. The report is part of the “FCF DeepTech Series”, which is a quarterly series of reports tracking European venture
FCT at 3rd ECP Summer Summit on September 17 – 18, 2020 – first digital European Chemistry Partnering
The 3rd ECP Summer Summit took place on September 17th and 18th 2020 for the first time as a two-day online event. FCF acted as Diamond Sponsor. More than 400 participants from 43 nations met
Linz/Munich, 27 March 2020 – FCF Fox Corporate Finance is acting as advisor to ROBART GmbH, an Austrian growth company in the field of robotics, in the execution of a venture debt financing with the
ORS K.I.–Workshop presented by FCF Liebe Geschäftspartner und Freunde von FCF, zu den wichtigsten Werttreibern von Unternehmen und Konzernen zählen heutzutage operative Kennzahlen, insbesondere Betriebskosteneinsparungen, Working Capital-Optimierung und Produktivitätssteigerungen. Künstliche Intelligenz („K.I.“) ist die Schlüsseltechnologie