WIN Program - Startup Investment Training for Women

Participant Agreement

 

WIN Program (the “Program”)  is a lecture and workshop-based training-program organized by WIN Network Norway (the Organizer). 

 

In order to participate in the WIN Program, the participant must sign this Participant Agreement, settle the program participation fee as described below, and agree to the Attached Non-Disclosure Undertaking (Annex 1).

Program participation fee for Participant

The program participation fee is NOK 7.500,- including VAT (approx. 700 EUR) per participant, or as otherwise agreed in writing. The invoice must be paid immediately to reserve a place in the Program. The fee covers the full cost of participating in the Program and all course materials.

Cancelation Policy

The WIN Program - Startup Investment Training for Women starts on the 24th of March 2021. All participants have the right to cancel their registration and get 90% of the Participation Fee refunded by canceling up to 2 days before the Program starts (by Monday 22nd March at the latest). Cancelations after this date will not be eligible for a refund. 

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Women Investor Network and Angel Challenge AS’s rights and obligations

  • The organizer retains the right to disqualify and exclude any participant from the Program at any time before and during the Program, for reasons of (but not limited to) sexual or other types of harassment, illegal activity, disruption of the Program activity, immoral behavior towards the startups, investors, partners or organizers.

  • The organizer retains the right to, at any time cancel the Program in its entirety both before and during the Program. As a result of such an incident occurring, the Program fee will be returned in full.

Startup Investing is a high-risk asset class

By joining this program, the participant understands that Startup Investing is a high-risk asset class and that investments in this asset class might lead to complete loss of invested capital.  The organizer can in no case be held responsible for any financial losses from investing in this asset class. WIN Program is an arena for the Program’s participants to learn and engage together. Any decision to invest lies fully on the individual participant.

Annex 1:

Non-Disclosure Undertaking

 

In connection with the startup investment program “WIN program” (the “Program”), the various participants, whether investors, founders, employees or advisors (the “Participants” or individually a “Participant”) might obtain information regarding various startup companies.

As a Participant in the Program, I hereby undertake the following obligations:

1.   Confidentiality

I am obligated to treat the information that I receive about the companies, including but not limited to their business ideas, market strategy and technical solutions (the “Confidential Information”), with strict confidentiality. 

Confidentiality does not apply to information that is publicly available, information that has to be given to the Courts or Public Authorities or others pursuant to law, regulations or decisions made pursuant to law, and information that obviously is not confidential. 

The duty of confidentiality in this declaration does not apply if the information is received from the Companies or any other Participant by other means than as a part of my participation in the Program.

2.   Use of information

I can only use Confidential Information for activities that are a part of the Program. 

3.   Duty of care, copying prohibition and obligation to return documentation

I shall keep all received written and electronic Confidential Information in a responsible manner so that third parties cannot access the information. The same applies to written and electronic information made in connection with Confidential Information. 

The information may not be copied, duplicated, or shared in any other way without prior written consent from the Companies. The prohibition also applies to copy data to any media. 

4.   Governing law

This declaration shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of Norway, the venue to be Oslo City Court.