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By EN3-Team

European Venture Capital Fund Interested in EN3


Dear Companists,

We are currently in promising negotiations with institutional investors who want to promote EN3's development together with the Companists.

A European fund, which intends to become EN3's new lead investor, has recently completed its technical due diligence process and has confirmed the technological potential and the business model of EN3. This proof of concept was carried out by external experts, who looked at both the risks to and the opportunities of our company.


Due Diligence Process

Due diligence (DD) refers to the careful analysis, examination, and valuation of a company by a potential investor. In order to assure themselves of the quality of a company, investors systematically check all aspects relevant to their planned investment, especially the strengths and weaknesses and the corresponding risks.

After this evaluation, we have entered the next stage of the negotiations: the review of all contractual terms. In this process, all existing contracts and rights are examined in order to come to an agreement on the central aspects and terms of an investment.

We will keep you, dear Companists, up-to-date on this subject.

Best regards,

The EN3 team



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