Rising Tide Europe 2 (RTE2)
The Rising Tide Europe 2 (RTE2) programme is part of a global movement to increase women’s participation in angel investing as an asset class. The programme combines investing, learning and networking. After a successful Rising Tide Europe 1, we have launched Rising TideEurope 2. The programme is a cooperation between EBAN, Go Beyond Investing and the Next Wave Foundation.
If you’d like to participate in any of our upcoming online information sessions on Zoom, the times and dates are below.
- Wednesday 3 May 14h cest
- Thursday 11 May 15h cest
- Monday 22 May 20h30 cest
During the program you will:
- Develop a diversified portfolio of 6-12 European early stage companies.
- Watch, learn and participate in the investment decisions with the lead investors.
- Participate in a one year education programme with webinars, videos and in-person training on all aspects of the investment process
- Network together and with our colleagues who have launched the Rising Tide US programme.
Who is it for?
- women who are new angel investors and want to learn through trainings and observing how the experts conduct due diligence, negotiate and manage investments - most of this will be done virtually and not require more that a 4 to 8 hours a month
- women who have little time to pursue angel investing actively but would like to acquire a portfolio of European early stage investments.
- women who are experienced investors and would like to become part of the leadership team of future Rising Tide Initiatives.
Please contact us if you have any questions on the programme.
If you would like to reserve a space in the Rising Tide Europe 2 programme and receive the subscription package here is the link to register your interest.
Early-stage startup investing is a high risk activity, and a maximum of 10%, or less, of one’s assets should be invested in this way. Investments in start-ups can result in profits as well as losses up to the full amount invested. Also, past performance is not indicative of future returns. Startup investments are illiquid, and often take 4-6 years to generate realized returns, if any.