Through our uniquely designed program, we remove the major barriers to entrepreneurship and continuously turn the world’s top talent into great founders of successful companies. We provide hands-on support, early-stage funding and access to our global advisors network, giving you an unfair advantage from the start!
At Antler, we bring together people from different backgrounds because we know that diverse teams perform better.
35% of all founders are female and 20+ nationalities are represented. In our inaugural Stockholm cohort in spring 2019, Antler invested in 45% women. Out of the 13 teams receiving funding, 10 had at least one female founder and three teams were all-female.
August 10, 2020
The first phase of the program will run 11 weeks from August to October, and the second phase of the program will run another three months from October to January.
Selected founders get a stipend of a total of US$4,000 pre-tax during the first phase. Antler invests US$110,000 for a 10% equity stake in each company selected by our investment committee.
To cover the cost of the program, all companies invested in are required to pay a program fee of US$50,000.
Welcome to this webinar with Malin Granlund and Nina Hildebrand. Tune in to hear them share their stories of becoming entrepreneurs
Where and when?
Tuesday, March 31st, 3:00 pm
Women make up 50% of the population but only 11% of capital is invested in female-led companies, even though data shows that diverse teams perform better. Antler wants to enable more women to launch and lead companies. Click to read the startup stories of 5 female founders and why they decided to become entrepreneurs.
On Wednesday, Antler held its second Demo Day in Stockholm with 15 recently launched startups pitching on stage of Bryggarsalen. More than 200 investors attended the event, and over a 1000 people watched the live stream. Here’s a rundown of the event, and what you need to know.
Charlotte Ekelund, co-founder and CEO of Teemly and part of the second Antler program in Stockholm, shares her founder journey, what the program is really like, and what it’s like to be a part of it.