Dreamstake Capital is a leading professional funding and acceleration platform. We identify strong founders and work with them to secure capital for their technology startups from qualified investors.
We deliver a full programme of workshops, mentoring and support to startup teams throughout the entire investment process. Dreamstake has built an extensive investor base, and uses JustInvesting to manage investors' access to the select companies.
Our goal is to identify high potential technology companies and accelerate them to Series A as effectively as possible.
Investors need to have confidence that they are receiving access to the best possible opportunities. We select startups that we believe have a realistic chance of securing Series A investment within a 12 to 18 month timeframe and following thorough due diligence. Our team has a deep understanding of technology startups. We have a range of skills ranging from investment banking through to technology and review over 1,000 business plans every year. We know what investors are looking for and can help create an attractive strategy to maximise investment returns.
We attract the best startups from throughout Europe by working closely with other parts of the eco-system. We talk at international startup conferences, act as judges and mentors on numerous accelerator programmes and partner with angel groups. We also run Dreamstake Academy with the help of Google Campus in London.
We provide free support to startups through an extensive programme run out of Google Campus. We also work individually with specific founders to validate their propositions and prepare them for investment.
All startups go through a rigorous vetting process before being introduced to investors. This involves analysis of their business plan and a series of face-to-face meetings. We also carry out background checks before putting startups forward.
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