How safe is investing in startups for investors?
It is very important at what stage of startup development the investor enters the project. The most aggressive moment when the startup is at the first stage is ideas, but then the investor can become one of the main participants in the creation of the project and get the maximum profit from the implementation of the startup itself.

As a rule, the most aggressive investors can simultaneously enter into 5-10 projects that they invest. According to statistics, out of 10 startups invested in the first stage, one can cover the costs of the rest and bring tangible profits.

The amount of investments in the early stages ranges from $ 3-10 thousand per startup, this money is necessary to verify the business model.
When an investor enters the second stage of startup development, when there are already first sales, then we are talking about amounts from $ 100-500 thousand and the risks of losing money are much lower. It all depends on the competent calculations of financiers and, in general, on the investment proposal.

At the third stage, when the money is needed to scale the business, it is more difficult to enter the project, since the shares in the business can already be distributed, and it is difficult to control its part. However, it all depends on negotiations, competently executed legal documents, calculations of financiers and other factors.

Therefore, if you want to invest in startups, you should contact the business accelerator, where you can choose a promising startup for investing, further participating in its development and making a profit.

One of such business accelerators operating in Ukraine is EX1P, which, thanks to the use of modern IT solutions, allows you to protect and guarantee the legitimacy of all transactions carried out online on the platform. The project is registered and legally drawn up under British law, which makes it possible in case of disputes to apply to international English arbitration, the decisions of which are binding on the territory of any state.

Nataliia Riazanova

The CEO of EX1P

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