Our Invest-Checkup Analytic Methodology is based on 2,500 startup-projects during 8 years
3) Protecting Intellectual Property (IP)
4) Facilitating Due Diligence for Investors
Unaddressed legal issues can lead to unexpected expenses and delays down the road. By proactively addressing legal concerns, startups can avoid the financial burden of dealing with lawsuits or compliance violations, which can be a major turn-off for investors.
5) Avoiding Surprise Legal Costs
Checking the valuation of a startup helps find investors because it provides a transparent and credible assessment of the company's worth and growth potential, allowing investors to make informed decisions and negotiate investment terms effectively.
6) Valuation Verification
Investors often look for startups with unique and innovative products or services. Conducting a legal review ensures that the startup's intellectual property, such as patents, trademarks, and copyrights, are properly protected. This safeguard reassures investors that the startup's core assets are secure from potential disputes or infringement claims.
7) Complying with Regulations
Our experience based on 2,5k+ cases when startups fail in investor meetings due to reasons like poor preparation, lack of a compelling pitch, unclear business model, inexperienced team, unrealistic expectations, and failure to address potential concerns or questions from investors
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Many industries are subject to strict regulations, and non-compliance can result in significant penalties. Investors want to ensure that the startup operates within the legal boundaries of the industry. Conducting a legal check ensures that the startup complies with all relevant regulations, creating a more attractive investment opportunity.
When a startup has already conducted a thorough legal review, it streamlines the due diligence process for potential investors. Investors will appreciate the readily available legal documentation and the startup's commitment to legal compliance, making them more likely to move forward with the investment.
A startup that has taken the time to address legal matters in a professional manner signals that it operates with integrity and transparency.
This, in turn, enhances the startup's credibility in the eyes of investors, making them more willing to invest their capital.
Investors are naturally risk-averse, especially when it comes to early-stage startups. A comprehensive legal due diligence process can identify potential legal risks and liabilities that the startup may face in the future. By addressing and mitigating these issues, the startup demonstrates its commitment to responsible business practices, reducing the perceived risk for investors.