Angel investors, VCs, Corporate Venture Fund Managers, Directors of Innovation and Attorneys looking to improve their ability to define, negotiate, and execute early stage investments.
The 3 day Program of densely scheduled lectures and workshops will take place at ICADE Business School. Participants will also be invited to visit Startup University Accelerator and GoogleCampus Madrid startup ecosystem.
Regular Program fee is 3.800 € and covers tuition, all course materials, all meals and visits, and Certificate of attendance. Travel and accommodations are not included.
15% Discounted Rate available for Comillas ICAI-ICADE and UC Berkeley alumni, as well as accredited members of Ryder Club and ASCRI Association.
Premium Program passes are available for corporate and professional investors
We accept qualified candidates on a rolling basis and space is limited, so we encourage you to apply early. The program will be held in English.
Whether you’re considering starting a fund or have already done so, this Program is a tremendous help. From fine-tuning an investment thesis to validating cap tables and negotiating term sheets, there really is something for everyone. I’d recommend the Program to anyone remotely serious about venture capital.
This is a truly great Program combining both an academic and practical approach to venture investing. It provides insight into the decision-making processes of some of Silicon Valley’s top VCs and also introduces newer investors to the foundations and basics of evaluating, structuring, and executing investments. Having a chance to learn with classmates from around the world provided a unique global experience. I’d highly recommend the course for new fund managers or investment professionals looking to accelerate their VC knowledge.
This Program was essential for me as a tech lawyer. I gained insider tips on the dynamics of the top VC and industry leaders in Silicon Valley. The Program provides a comprehensive overview of the venture capital investment cycle, talks on the latest practices and trends in the startup world, and workshops on structuring legal documents such as term sheets and convertible notes.
Nehme and Associates