We have access to many sources of capital for varying stages of a company’s existence. More importantly, we, too, are looking to invest in start-up and early stage companies through our own venture-capital Funds.

Unlike most venture-capital firms, we’ve taken the mystery out of the application and funding process. We’re upfront about what we want to invest in and why.

Unlike most venture capital firms, we fund start-ups. We understand the inherent risks involved with investing in start-ups and have built-in protocols to mitigate risks for our Funds.

Unlike most venture capital firms who may fund an early stage company, we do not demand voting control. We only earn 5% to 10% of the total preferred, class-B-non-voting equity to be issued through our process.

Unlike most venture capital firms, we won’t leave you frustrated with endless due diligence. Our philosophy is simple. If you can do what we request of you through our process outlined below, there’s a very high probability that we’ll invest in your company, find other investors who will or find a broker dealer who will sell your company’s securities.

The question on many investors’ minds is “what makes for a successful investment in a privately held company?” Since 1998, by successfully servicing entrepreneurs in their quest for capital, we’ve uncovered some undeniable evidence. It has been our experience that when many companies succeed in their capital-raising efforts through a securities offering, they ultimately become a force to be reckoned with. They possess the willingness to go through the process of designing their company’s capitalization plan and structure, building their own securities-offering documents (for legal-counsel review), and soliciting and selling securities in compliance with federal and state securities laws. Who can compete with a company that can capitalize itself?

These are the only types of companies we want to invest in. We have access to an unlimited amount of capital for convertible participating preferred equity, as well as a capital matching program, where we match $500,000 raised in convertible bridge notes, thereby greatly increasing the probability of raising substantial amounts of capital. With our capitalization process, we show you how to sell securities to us, as well as other investors. We hope you can understand our venture-capital-fund model and appreciate the innovative way we reduce risk for our Funds. Without this model, there’s simply no way anyone could justify the substantial risk inherent with investing in start-up or early stage companies.

No matter what stage your company is in, if you’re in need of substantial amounts of seed, development or expansion capital and want to maintain the vast majority of equity ownership interests and voting control… We suggest you follow the directions within our Sprocket Blueprint™ below to get started in the process.

We look forward to your company becoming a Commonwealth Capital, Portfolio-Company. Commonwealth Capital Income Fund – I: Investment Policy Statement

Financial Architect

When it comes to raising capital… Everything Has Changed

due to the JOBS Act of 2012

Newly revised for Titles II, III, & IV of the JOBS Act of 2012

The Financial Architect® is only available within the Sprocket Blueprint on:
New Business Network™

Managing Director Invitation?

(RESTRICTED ACCESS: Must be invited by a Commonwealth Capital Managing Director)

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