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Investing in innovation

Investing

in innovation

A training program for women who want to learn how to invest in startups.

Women represent 9% of venture capital investors in the United States (Source: Axios). In LatAm, it is estimated to be much lower. In this context, Investing in Innovation arises, aiming to increase the number of women venture capital investors and drivers of startup growth

Investing

in innovation

A training program for women who want to learn how to invest in startups.

Women represent 9% of venture capital investors in the United States (Source: Axios). In LatAm, it is estimated to be much lower. In this context, Investing in Innovation arises, aiming to increase the number of women venture capital investors and drivers of startup growth

We work on these four main areas:

01

Understanding the tech entrepreneurial ecosystem

03

Concrete investment opportunities and networking

02

Learning how to choose and start investing in startups

04

Creating a valuable community of active women investors

The program is targeted towards:

  • All women who have money to invest but don't know how to start
  • Women willing to learn how to make risk investments – and therefore, achieve higher returns
  • Those who have wanted to or have already made an investment in startups, but want to learn how to do it better
  • Women who feel alone in making investment decisions and want to be part of a community
  • Women looking for real and accessible investment opportunities within the entrepreneurial ecosystem

The program is targeted towards:

  • All women who have money to invest but don't know how to start
  • Women willing to learn how to make risk investments – and therefore, achieve higher returns
  • Those who have wanted to or have already made an investment in startups, but want to learn how to do it better
  • Women who feel alone in making investment decisions and want to be part of a community
  • Women looking for real and accessible investment opportunities within the entrepreneurial ecosystem

Curriculum

5 virtual meetings
2 in-person meetings
(KOI Ventures, Olivos, Buenos Aires)

6:00 PM to 8:00 PM ART

First meeting | 08/21 | In-person

Entrepreneurial Ecosystem

General understanding of the entrepreneurial ecosystem: players by stages, angel investors, venture capital funds, incubators, and accelerators, among others. Format: Masterclass, Q&A, and networking

Meeting 4 | 09/11 | Online

Selection and Investment Documents

How to choose a startup to invest in? Selection process, analysis variables by stage. Due diligence: what it is and what it’s for. Investment documents: which they are and which ones are recommended. Format: Panel with fund analysts

Second Meeting| 08/28 | Online

Startups

What is a startup? What isn’t? Stages of their evolution: early stage, pre-seed, seed, Series A, B, and beyond. Unicorns. Valuation models different from a traditional company. Ways to exit. Format: Masterclass and Q&A

Meeting 5 | 09/18 | Online

Portfolio Management and Exit

Building my portfolio. The importance of diversification. How to be a good angel investor and manage the portfolio. Possible exits and understanding dilution and return. Format: Masterclass and Q&A

Third Meeting | 09/04 | Online

Venture Capital: Concept and Structure

What is a venture capital fund? Roles and responsibilities, life cycle of the fund, the fund's objectives. Different types of VCs based on their LPs and theses. Format: Panel with fund managers

Meeting 6 | 09/25 | Online

Investment Opportunity Today

We explain concretely how to start investing today. Different options in the market and a unique and accessible opportunity to start investing today. Format: Masterclass and Q&A

Meeting 7 | TBC | In-person

Demo Day and Networking

Program closing with a real practice where startups seeking capital present their proposals to the program participants. Networking space with ecosystem players.

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