Note: Aidos Inc. not a registered broker-dealer. Aidos Inc. does not give investment advice, endorsement, analysis or recommendations with respect to any securities.
While many traditional Venture Captial managers are really "Passive Investors" (meaning they are not involved much beyond writing an investment check and attending quarterly board meetings), Aidos differentiates itself from these Passive Venture Investors and other "crowd-funding platforms" like SeedVest by being a truly "Activist Investor".
The Aidos team spends a majority of our time deal screening and sourcing only the most exceptional investment startup opportunities leveraging our deep network of Founders, Angels, Family Offices, and Institutional Investors (other VCs, Fund of Funds, Endowments and Foundations).
It is in that vein that we share with you today our 5-step process for anyone to invest in exceptional startups on the Aidos platform.
1️⃣ Investor Profile
Sign up here to start on the exciting journey of becoming a startup investor.
2️⃣ Investor Quiz
We know you're a Rockstar already (that's a given), but just want to make sure you understand some of the basics of startup investing.
Continue to visit our Blog to learn more about startup investing and venture capital.
3️⃣ Due Diligence
Unlike other "crowdfunding platforms", Aidos does much of the "heavy lifting" for you in terms of selecting only the most exclusive startup opportunities available. Our team is made up of seasoned investment professionals who have successful track records of early-stage investing for some of the largest and most sophisticated institutional clients.
For every investment deal, we provide you with the deal terms, company presentations, financial materials (if available), and commentary on the nature of the business opportunity.
4️⃣ Commit Capital
Once you have selected your startup investment, it is then a simple matter of choosing your investment amount, the payment method, and finally agreeing to the Terms and Conditions.
5️⃣ Sit Back & Wait
If the startup fundraising is successful (i.e., the startup reaches its minimum funding goal by the deadline), you will receive your security on closing. If the startup fundraising is unsuccessful (i.e., the startup fails to reach its minimum funding by the deadline), we will refund your capital in full.