DCSX 1st local event of the year - Smart financing: go public!

These are very interesting times; times where the opportunities for businesses to start or grow seemingly are all over the place.
We hear about and see startups growing again and businesses expanding (sometimes) exponentially. Why? How? What is going on and how can you join that “movement”.
 
From small startups to established businesses, obtaining funds through Initial Public Offerings or Initial Coin Offerings on a stock or securities or crypto currency exchange seems to be the flavor of the month.
 
Companies are learning that the traditional way of asking for a loan is not the only option. Instead, they may gather even more than they expected through Smart Financing. But what is Smart Financing? What are the pitfalls and what are the benefits?
 
A group of experts will share their knowledge and experiences with Smart Financing and participate in discussions about the subject matter. Smart Financing is not difficult if we have all parties including the government, financial institutions and business owners striving towards the same goal: revitalize the capital market of Curaçao. Come and learn more about Smart Financing. We hope you will be able to attend.
 
Visit the event page of DCSX for more information and registration: http://www.dcsx.cw/events/
 
Please register quickly because the capacity is limited.
 

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