Women Start-up and Picus Capital invite you to get more insights into the work of a VC
Women Start-up and Picus Capital invite you to our next Morning Jour Fixe. We will explore these questions:
- How does the day-to-day look like at a VC?
- How do VCs spot the most attractive startups in the market?
- How can I land a job as an investor myself?
Carina Harding and Nina Neumann from Picus Capital will discuss these topics and share their perspective of an early-stage operating VC. With years of experience in supporting founders in their early days and beyond, they’ll provide you with all the do’s and don’ts of investing into startups as well as landing a job in VC.
This session is perfect for all female students who are keen on learning more about VC and investing in start-ups. The format will be in an interactive setting providing room for discussion and real life examples.
Women Start-up and Picus Capital
Women Start-up, is an UnternehmerTUM initiative with the goal to excite and motivate women to become involved in technology and entrepreneurship. We help you discover your talents and provide you with the right qualifications to found a start-up. On your path to becoming a founder, we support you hands-on and offer consulting.
Women Start-up is supported by UVC Partners, Makerspace and Bayerisches Staatsministerium für Wirtschaft, Landesentwicklung und Energie.
Picus Capital is an international, privately financed venture capital company with headquarters in Munich and offices in New York, Beijing, Berlin and London. Picus predominantly invests in Pre-Seed, Seed and Series A rounds and focuses on technology companies in the real estate, finance and insurance, HR, renewable energy, mobility, e-commerce and healthcare sectors. As an entrepreneurial sparring partner, Picus Capital pursues a long-term investment philosophy and supports founders from the ideation phase to the IPO and beyond.