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  1. How Private Equity Trends Are Changing Deal-Making

    How Private Equity Trends Are Changing Deal-Making

    Private equity is evolving. As this asset class gets larger and more versatile, companies have a surprisingly diverse menu of private capital options when it comes to finding finance. As private equity evolves, what are the key trends changing the nature of the deal?

  2. The Company Is a Family Affair

    The Company Is a Family Affair

    They seldom make headlines, and yet they employ four out of every ten workers in Switzerland: Family firms are a pillar of the Swiss economy. 

  3. Investing in Financial Inclusion Through Start-Ups

    Investing in Financial Inclusion Through Start-Ups 

    Start-ups often drive innovation but can lack access to capital and strategic support. Particularly in emerging or developing countries. As a result, many promising ideas are never given the opportunity to enter the market. 

  4. Venture Capital: Women Are Catching Up

    Venture Capital: Women Are Catching Up

    For a start-up, the difference between make and break is whether it succeeds in accessing venture capital. Women are managing to secure an increasingly large slice of the pie.

  5. Peaked or Paused – Israel, a Start-Up Nation at a Crossroads?

    Peaked or Paused – Israel, a Start-Up Nation at a Crossroads? 

    The third annual Credit Suisse High-Tech Forum was held in Tel Aviv on September 20, 2016. The mood at the forum ranged from optimism to alarm with respect to the key question of whether or not Israel has reached a crossroads. 

  6. Social Responsibility: The Tech Industry's Next Frontier

    Social Responsibility: The Tech Industry's Next Frontier

    Shlomo Dovrat, pioneering entrepreneur and general partner of Israeli VC Carmel Ventures, believes that the tech industry is in good financial shape. But the industry must do more to fulfill its social responsibilities, he argues.

  7. Less Rush to Go Public

    Less Rush to Go Public

    More young companies are keeping their ownership private, even when they long could have listed on a stock exchange. Their founders like it, their employees like it and so do increasing numbers of investors.

  8. Entrepreneurial Pitfalls and How to Avoid Them

    There is no single path that leads an entrepreneur from a brilliant idea to a thriving business. Every story is unique. But there are a number of challenges that almost every founder will run into while building their business. From the threat of running out of capital to losing sight of what the competition is up to, Credit Suisse asked successful entrepreneurs how they dealt with common pitfalls during the Entrepreneurs Summit.