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It can be challenging to offer a precise definition of a startup: It can be a business creating a new product or service under conditions of extreme uncertainty, or a company aiming to solve a problem where the solution is not obvious and success is not guaranteed.However you define a startup, it used to be that you needed both wealth and good connections to invest in them. This is no longer the case, however, and average investors can easily grab a piece of an exciting startup opportunity using crowdfunding sites.Startup investing is potentially lucrative, but it’s important to understand that it comes with big risks. The vast majority of startups fail—even if you do your research, you could end up with a pocket full of nothing. Here’s what you need to know to begin investing in startups.
Ordinary people can invest in startups via crowdfunding sites. Startup investing platforms offer a curated selection of companies, and require varying minimum buy-ins. Major players in the crowdfunding startup space include:
“Thousands of companies apply to raise on our platform each year, and we approve only about 3% of them,” says Kendrick Nguyen, CEO of crowdfunding platform Republic.Most of the sites listed above let you get started investing in startups with as little as $100, while SeedInvest requires at least $500. AngelList is another leading startup investing platform, but it only admits accredited investors with incomes of at least $200,000 ($300,000 if married) or net worth of at least $1 million, excluding their primary residence. Minimum buy-ins on AngelList are at least $1,000.
We are a private network of early seed stage investors with an attention to talents without capital, and with a solid knowledge in growth hacking strategies, we are able to guide startups to the next investment series.
Investing in Startups is risky! but we focus on controlling the capital given by the investors in a way to reduce risks efficiently, we act as a board of specialists in technology and marketing, consulting and deciding every step of the next milestone. As we have been startup founders before, we know how to solve problems.
Most of the investors rely on the trust, we are your additional trust seal, limiting any huge risk by acting as an active team member of the startups you may be interested to invest in.
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