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What is the difference between VC-backed, Syndicate and Community Stars rounds?

On SeedBlink we accomodate 3 deal types: 

  • VC-backed rounds: These are specifically designed for start-ups from seed to Series B. With a range of investments from €100,000 to €2,000,000, these are aimed at start-ups with demonstrable maturity and traction. Investors can enter these rounds with tickets starting at €2,500. All start-ups in this category are subject to a rigorous due-diligence process carried out by partner venture capital funds.  
  • Syndicates: This type of round is also aimed at seed start-ups, but with an investment range between €100,000 and €1,000,000. Like co-invested rounds, investors can participate with tickets starting at €2,500. However, the major difference is that the start-ups' maturity and traction check are performed directly by the SeedBlink team, ensuring a rigorous internal evaluation.  
  • Community Stars: aimed at very early-stage (pre-seed) start-ups. They target investments ranging from €50,000 to €300,000. The major advantage here is flexibility and accesibility, allowing investors to participate with investment tickets from a much lower threshold of €500.  

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