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Business Administration, Marketing and Advertising Consultancy

For Luxury and Leisure Industry such as Bar and Cafe, Restaurants, Resorts, Hotels, Pension Houses, Yachts and Aircrafts, and Jewelries.

For School Administration

For Agricultural Industries

 

Advertising (Listing Apps and Advertising Websites)

Stage 02 – Seed Funding

Stage 01 – Pre-Seed

Sales and Manufacturing (Main Projects)

For Jewelries such as Engagement and Wedding Rings, Class Rings and all sorts of jewelries in Silver, Gold, Platinum with Moissanites, Lab Diamonds and Natural Diamonds.

Stage 02 – Seed Funding

Sales and Manufacturing (Main Projects)

Electric Tractors, Automotive, Boats/Yachts and Aircrafts.

Stage 01 – Pre-Seed

Marketing & Advertising, Architecture and Construction

For BarCafe/Resto, Resort, Hotel and Pension Houses

Stage 02 – Seed Funding

What is Venture Capital?

Venture capital (VC) is a form of private equity and a type of financing that investors provide to startup companies and small businesses that are believed to have long-term growth potential. Venture capital generally comes from well-off investors, investment banks, and any other financial institutions.

Types of Venture Capital

Venture capital can be broadly divided according to the growth stage of the company receiving the investment. Generally speaking, the younger a company is, the greater the risk for investors.

The stages of VC investment are:

  • Pre-Seed: This is the earliest stage of business development when the founders try to turn an idea into a concrete business plan. They may enroll in a business accelerator to secure early funding and mentorship.
  • Seed Funding: This is the point where a new business seeks to launch its first product. Since there are no revenue streams yet, the company will need VCs to fund all of its operations.
  • Early-Stage funding: Once a business has developed a product, it will need additional capital to ramp up production and sales before it can become self-funding. The business will then need one or more funding rounds, typically denoted incrementally as Series A, Series B, etc.
Venture Capital by Investopedia