Venture Capital Internship

Job description

Creandum is a leading European Venture Capital firm with offices in Stockholm, Berlin and San Francisco. We are working with some of the world’s leading technology companies including Spotify, iZettle, Klarna, Cornershop, Vivino, Small Giant Games, and many others. Our passion is to help ambitious entrepreneurs build globally successful companies.


We are looking for entrepreneurial-driven and charismatic people who want to get insights into the exciting and fast-paced world of a venture capitalist. As an integral part of our investment team, you will get exposure to our offices across the world, deal with Europe’s best performing start-ups and work in a small team that values collaboration, flat hierarchies and open communication. 


As an intern, you will help Creandum on multiple topics. You will:

  • Participate in daily discussions and meetings with great entrepreneurs,
  • Identify attractive investment opportunities,
  • Support the analyses of start-ups and business plans,
  • Create investment proposals and presentations,
  • Assist in financial transactions and ongoing portfolio management,
  • Evaluate one or multiple sectors in depth.


    Requirements

    Internships start in Q1 and Q3 of each year and last a minimum of 4 months. We are looking for people who:

    • Are passionate about entrepreneurship and bring an entrepreneurial mindset,
    • Gained first experience in fast-paced work environments,
    • Have an analytical and pragmatic approach to problem-solving, 
    • Work well in teams and have a winning personality, 
    • Distinguish themselves through strong communication skills.


    We will review applications as they come in and get back to you in case we'll proceed with your application.


    Creandum is a leading European early-stage venture capital firm backing some of Europe’s most successful tech companies including Spotify, iZettle, Klarna, and Small Giant Games. The Creandum Funds are based in Guernsey, and are advised by advisory entities in Sweden, Germany, and San Francisco.