Frequently Asked Questions

Not usually, we typically prefer seeing a BETA product and some signs of traction or product/market fit before we decide to invest.
There is no definite answer on this one. It depends on the idea, founders, market potential and your business need.

We make seed stage investments primarily whether led by us or by VCs from our diverse network in USA, Europe and the MENA region.

Absolutely – especially if they bring in added value or have experience in industries and investments we haven’t tackled yet. We’ve already co-invested with a variety of angel investors and VC firms from all over the world including Y Combinator and 500 startups.

It's $200K, however, it depends on the stage the startup is at and the funding round and what is needed to take a company forward.