The main difference between a primary investment offering and a secondary investment offering is how the shares (stocks) are acquired. In a primary investment offering, investors are purchasing shares (stocks) directly from the issuer. However, in a secondary investment offering, … Continue reading
Investing in startups is risky. It is important for you to familiarize yourself with our process and become comfortable with risk prior to investing. We suggest reading the “Investors” section of our website to better understand our investment process and to … Continue reading
An accredited investor is defined under regulations set by the SEC. You can view the specific criteria here.
If you want to invest a greater amount than the maximum listed on the MicroVentures platform, send your request via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org. We will make every effort to assist you.
There is currently no market for selling your investment on the secondary market. You should plan on holding your investment until the company has an exit. If there is an emergency and you need to liquidate your investment please notify … Continue reading
The requirement is one year based on SEC regulations. If funding is not completed, we will return your investment. The private market is very illiquid so you should be prepared to hold your investment for a longer period of time. … Continue reading
Each quarter, we ask the companies we have made primary investments in to provide us updates. If/when the company provides us with an update, we pass those along to our investors. For secondary investment opportunities, we do not have information … Continue reading