Start Up Invest
A startup (or startup-up) is a company typically in the early stages of its development. These entrepreneurial ventures are typically started by a small group of founders who focus on capitalizing upon a perceived market demand by developing a viable product, service, or platform.
Investing in startup companies is a very risky business, but it can be very rewarding if and when the investments do pay off. The rise of mobile technology and innovations, such as cloud computing, the sharing economy, and bitcoin, has helped to spur this latest round of tech entrepreneurship.
Our team is always scrutinizing with specific data to find and select potential start-ups. Along with that we also choose the investment time and optimal investment strategies to achieve the best profit in the shortest time.
Here are the start-ups we have invested in and they brought us expected returns:
Note: Administration of financial markets and Fund management activities require strong financial resources and professional management of financial experts.
- 66110 – Administration of financial markets
- 66300 – Fund management activities
- 66190 – other activities auxiliary to financial service activities