Startup Investment Training for Women

A deep-dive program that trains women on startup investment theory and practice

The Program, designed for globally-minded women who want to learn to invest in startups covers the most important aspects of angel investment, and no previous experience is required. The content is created and delivered by experts and industry leaders.

The 7-sessions interactive online program offers unique insights into startup investing, how to evaluate investment opportunities and how to start investing. Led by industry experts and experienced investors, the program consists of 2-hour interactive weekly sessions. The next WIN Program launching date will be announced soon, sign up to our newsletter to be the first to know.

The Program participation fee is  8.000 NOK including VAT (approx. 780 Euro).

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Justina Banyte

Fantastic organizers, lecturers, start-up teams, and participants. All extremely competent, compassionate, and curious to contribute their best for the best of others.


Marike Stassar

A fantastic course by a super team.

Absolutely recommended! Thank you WIN!


Eunice Hammond-Mørklid

I received knowledgeable insights into investments. The program was very detailed and practical. The speakers and lecturers were highly skilled professionals with international perspectives. I'm very pleased I had the opportunity to be part of the program.


Women took part in the WIN-Program launch during
Oslo Innovation Week in 2020.


Women participated in the WIN-Programs in 2020 and 2021
(ages 25 to 64)


Other Women expressed their interest in the Program
(52 from Europe, and 6 from outside Europe)


Startups were screened
and 7 went through
a due diligence process.


Women invested in 4 companies through the WIN Network.


Million NOK (US$290K) was invested by the WIN members.

These are the industry experts that contributed to making the WIN Program a success.