From day one, we provide access to an unrivaled ecosystem and expertise to support exceptional founders in building successful companies. We leverage our massive global dataset on early-stage founder success and provide hands-on support and early-stage funding.
Equal access to funding and opportunities is at the core of what we do. We bring together founders from diverse backgrounds, gender and ethnicities to create the strongest co-founding teams possible - because we know that diverse teams perform better.
In Sweden, 35% of all founders are women and 30+ nationalities are represented.
February 1, 2021
The first phase of the program runs for 10 weeks, and the second phase runs another three months from April to June.
Selected founders get a stipend of a total of US$2,000 pre-tax during the first phase. Antler invests US$100,000 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$45,000.
Tune in to find out successful strategies used by Inspiring 50 Nordic women on how to build a business with social impact.
Where and when?
Wednesday, September 16th, 3:00 pm
Online, link TBA
We invited four experienced CTOs to discuss how to build a successful tech platform, the process behind establishing a startup and some of the key things to consider when you are just starting to build the tech behind your product/service. They discuss key questions such as why is speed important and what to prioritise between your product vision and customer validation.
Find out how a full-stack, machine learning specialist partnered up with an expert in scaling retail businesses to build Yayloh - a smart SaaS platform which empowers e-commerce retailers to regain control of their returns flow.
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.