Unifying Startup Investment regulation and support
We see three major obstacles when investing internationally: Law, strategies and remote investment oversight.
1) Unifying Investment contracts
Over time we should be able to work with policy makers around the globe to homogenize investment laws. But in the short term, we can work on standardized contracts that work in a larger variety of countries. That way we can at least ease to invest in those countries.
2) Sharing Investment Strategies
The way people invest ranges from “spending” some money and hoping it will work out – all the way to having firm investment strategies, well developed due diligence processes and a clearly defined idea how to support the young entrepreneurs from start to IPO. We will need to help investors matching other investors with like minded investment strategies and effort.
3) Remote Investment Oversights
One suggestion is that foreign investors should always connect with local investors as lead investors and nurture the companies together – with a local connection.