We offer an annual membership to our most active members. If you are planning on investing two times or more, then membership works out better for you. Membership also comes with a host of additional benefits.
Non-members will still have access to deals:
IFG.VC is pretty well-priced relative to the mainstream angel syndicate and crowdfunding market. Our commitment has always been to provide as many people access to investments they would not normally have access to. We want IFG.VC to be the best place in the world for access to the best startup deals.
This is very much about doing what is best for us and our community. We are happy to take the hit as we’re in this for the long term journey and we know ultimately what gets investors access to the best deal is best for us and our track-record. Without you IFG.VC does not exist.
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IFG.VC deals are always sharia-compliant
We have introduced an exit fee to bring ourselves in line with the market.
Exit fees also give us an important tool to use when working with industry contacts. We can offer them a share of the exit fee as a way for them to send us the deals rather than someone else. This is again beneficial for investors.
Startup investing is high risk high reward investing. It is also very non-linear investing. You should expect ~70% of your startup investments to fail, and all the returns to come from just a few deals.
That's why it's important to invest often and build a portfolio of startups (ideally 20+ over the years).
To hit this target and hopefully get into a future unicorn (private companies valued at more than $1Bn) we need to do a few things:
Most of our good deals come though the network we've built up over the years. We are constantly looking for new deals in our network and go through hundreds of startups in our search for 0-2 investments we make each month. We have also invested alongside top venture capital funds in the industry, including Amadeus Partners, Hoxton Ventures and Speed Invest. These are Europe's top startup investors who have previously backed startup unicorns.
In a nutshell we can't charge startups because:
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