CROWDFUNDING• POWER OF (YOUR) CROWD• DONATION MODEL TO SLOW• NEW GROUP OF INVESTORS• INVESTORS ARE YOUR AMBASSADORS• NEED PROOF OF CONCEPT
SYMBID: THE ROAD TO CAPITAL Symbid provides the infrastructure for the completely online EQUITY financing of ideas and companies with a financing need for startup or growth up to 2.5 million Euro.
EQUITY BASED?...SO WHAT!What if the fastest growing companies of thelast decade would have crowdfunded theirgrowth?YOU could have made quite some bucks…
EQUITY BASED?...SO WHAT! MicrosoftWebsite: microsoft.comLocation: Redmond, Washington, United StatesFounded: April 4, 1974IPO: March 13, 1986Microsoft is a veteran software company, best known for its Microsoft Windowsoperating system and the Microsoft Office suite of productivity software.If you would have invested $20 in Microsoft during their IPO on March 13, 1986your investment would have been worth today? $7,200!
EQUITY BASED?...SO WHAT!TwitterWebsite: Twitter.comLaunch Date: March 1, 2006 $2,960!Twitter allows users to post text updates via SMS, instant messaging, email,Twitter’s website and third party applications. Users have their own profilepage that displays their latest updates.If you would have invested $20 in Twitter in their Series A investment round wherethey raised $5 million on a $20 million pre-money valuation in July, 2007 yourinvestment would have been worth today?
EQUITY BASED?...SO WHAT!Website: LinkedIn linkedin.comLocation: Mountain View, California, United StatesFounded:IPO: $6,810! May 1, 2003 May 19, 2011With over 100 million users representing over 200 countries around the world,LinkedIn is a fast-growing professional networking site that allows membersto create business contacts, search for jobs, and find potential clients.If you would have invested $20 in LinkedIn in November, 2003 during their Series Afinancing of $4.7 million your investment would have been worth today?Sequoia Capital, which led a $4.7 million investment in 2003, now owns 17.8% ofthe company. That stake was worth about $1.6 billion Thursday.
EQUITY BASED?...SO WHAT!FacebookWebsite: facebook.comLocation: Palo Alto, California, United StatesFounded: February 1, 2004Funding: $836MFacebook is the world’s largest social network, with over 500 million users.If you would have invested $20 in Facebook during their Series A investment roundin September 2005, your investment would have been worth today…?Peter Thiel invested in September 2005 500K for a 10% stake. Today’s valuation ofFacebook at $60 billion would bring him $6 billion. $240,000!
Feature Sprowd Crowdaboutnow Symbid KickstarterStatus Beta Live Development LiveFocus Debt Debt Equity SponsoringOwnership in No No Yes Nostart-upsReturn investors Revenue share Interest Dividends + Gifts and other Appreciation benefits sharesCapital return Buy-out by Pay off loan Sell of shares N/A entrepreneurMoney is invested Natural person Company Company Natural PersoninMarketplace No No Yes NoWhite labels for No No Yes NopartnersEarning model Success fee Success fee Success fee + Success fee transaction fee + revenue
Realize your plan Receive funding Cash out Improve idea with crowd Receive sharesPresent idea Invest Select a proposition
SYMBID IN 8 STEPS You specify the amount of capital you need 1 (Symbid enables financing from € 20.000 to € 2.500.000)2 You decide the amount of shares (equity) you offer in return 3 Pitch to the whole world, or to invites only 4 Promote your plan through social media and other channels5 Acquired shares are tradeable!6 Become an investor (and co-owner of an idea) from €20 upwards All investors are bundled in one entity per idea7 8 We offer an exclusive online collaboration module for investors and entrepreneurs
SYMBID ORGANIZATION CrowdsSymbid directSymbid as facilitator Symbid IT structure and trading facility
SYMBID BUSINESS MODELBusiness model• Match making between entrepreneurs and investors• Transaction model for the online Crowdfunding platform• Subscription model for license of software and legal constructionRevenue model• Transaction fee (2.5% of the total cash inflow)• Success fee (5% of any successfully funded proposition)• Existing company fee (€ 250 per company)• Interest income (+/- 1% of the total cash inflow)• Sale of White label and Stand alone versions
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