Startup Factory Tracer
Invest in top entrepreneurs and businesses coached by specialists.Tax Shelter
What is the Startup Factory Tracer?
By subscribing to this Tracer today, you automatically book your place in the next 10 Tax Shelter start-ups coached by the Belgian incubator Startup Factory.
Startup Factory is a start-up incubator and accelerator that has co-created start-ups with top entrepreneurs that they recruit and coach. With an average of a new company every 6 weeks, they have put in place the best process to maximise the chances of a new start up to succeed. Visit their website.
To this date and thanks to the first Startup Factory Tracer, the investment platform and the startup incubator have been able to offer diversified investments in 5 projects coached by Startup Factory in 2017 (€500,000 raised thanks to 5 investors).
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Access to coached businesses
The entrepreneurs of these young companies have been carefully trained and coached to maximise the chances for their start-up to succeed.
Minimum investment of €10,000
You can reserve your spot to be able to invest from a minimum amount of €10,000 in 10 eligible businesses.
You maintain full control over your investments thanks to an opt-out option (for each investment) and 24/7 access to your online portfolio.
A convenient way to invest
By subscribing to a Tracer, you get the opportunity to invest in the next 10 companies matching the criteria of that Tracer.
First come = First served
We can only allow a limited amount of subscribers in this Tracer.
All investments within this Tracer are Tax Shelter eligible. This means you can benefit from a 45% reduction on your investment during next year's tax declaration.
- Minimum ticket size
- Fee structure
- Setup fee:
5% (< €25k)
1% (> €100k)
- Investment opportunities
- Tracer duration
- 1 year
- Liquidity horizon
- 7-10 years
- Tax Shelter eligible
Frequently Asked Questions
What return on investment can I expect?
Investing in start-ups entails serious risk. Indeed, statistics typically show that 30 to 40% of start-ups fail, 40 to 50% survive but do not bring much return on investment, while the rest (10 to 20%) succeed with a financial gain, meaning there is a return on investment, as the company gets acquired or goes public on the stock market. That’s why it is crucial to diversify, in order to mitigate the risk. In this case only, the gains of the 10-20% of start-ups that succeed may counterbalance losses and provide you with a decent return on the totality of your portfolio.
When investing in start-ups you should always take into account that most of them will not succeed. This is a reality of the market. By investing in a portfolio of start-ups you diversify your risk and increase your chances of investing in a successful one. This is why it is highly recommended to diversify your investments.
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