Investments

Investinor is a catalyst for the investments required for transition to the Norwegian business of the future. Our investment criteria are grounded in our expertise in what promotes sustainable development and profitable growth in the long term.

How we invest in different stages

Pre-Seed

Pre-seed is an initial investment. Few companies experience profit before they acquire financing through so-called pre-seed. The aim is to contribute to the company's economic opportunity to further develop an idea for a product or a service, that later can be tested on the market. This is often the first stage for a newly established company who wants to acquire investor capital.

Seed

Seed capital could be the first capital obtainment for a company unless it has acquired pre-seed capital. The company has now developed a so-called Minimum Viable Product (MVP), and reached some turnover. The aim is to contribute in product- and business development, so that the company can continue to test its MVP or enter the market.

Venture

Venture capital turns to companies in the growth phase with a need of external capital to further growth and development. This assumes that the companies have received positive feedback on their products on the market, have reached a substantial turnover, and see further growth potential. Financial rounds like Series A and B will often happen during the venture phase.

Expansion

Expansion capital address companies with a substantially reduced market- and product risk compared to venture companies.

Pre-seed is an initial investment. Few companies experience profit before they acquire financing through so-called pre-seed. The aim is to contribute to the company's economic opportunity to further develop an idea for a product or a service, that later can be tested on the market. This is often the first stage for a newly established company who wants to acquire investor capital.

Seed capital could be the first capital obtainment for a company unless it has acquired pre-seed capital. The company has now developed a so-called Minimum Viable Product (MVP), and reached some turnover. The aim is to contribute in product- and business development, so that the company can continue to test its MVP or enter the market.

Venture capital turns to companies in the growth phase with a need of external capital to further growth and development. This assumes that the companies have received positive feedback on their products on the market, have reached a substantial turnover, and see further growth potential. Financial rounds like Series A and B will often happen during the venture phase.

Expansion capital address companies with a substantially reduced market- and product risk compared to venture companies.

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