By downscaling the minimum required investment, it became ‘the first crowdinvesting platform which allows everybody to invest’ and share in Israeli startup profits. In addition, ExitValley includes small businesses without angel support among its startup investment options.
Other changes include higher liquidity, with the option of selling shares after only three months; quicker crowdinvesting campaigns lasting 30–75 days; and no management fees for the investor (the fundraising company picks up the tab).
Although the sums are smaller, investors enjoy the same advantages offered by the standard crowdinvesting platform, such as pre-screened investment opportunities, negotiated investment contracts, a uniform legal infrastructure, and access to a central online portal to track the investment both before and after campaigns. Like the larger-scale crowdinvesting platforms, ExitValley also provides advisors to answer investment questions.
ExitValley take a minimum of £1000 per campaign. For more details about investing in Israeli startups go to the ExitValley How It Works page.