NetQub, a Tech Startup Accelerator
Our Vision of theFuture
NetQub Accelerator Launched in 2016
Our Growth strategy includes rapid expansion of the number of niche industry companies that participate in our accelerator program each year. We aim to increase the volume of annual participating companies in the NetQub accelerator to as many as 60 per year, starting in 2023.
NetQub is strategically partnered with Social Life Network, a division of Decentral Life, Inc. (OTC: WDLF), a publicly traded Technology Business Incubator (TBI). Among other benefits, the partnership provides the companies in the NetQub accelerator program with exposure to retail and institutional investors, should their growth and liquidity strategy lead them to need public investor support.
Our mission is to connect the great minds that move our society forward with innovative technology that helps to better connect and service small business operators that are too often overlooked in their emerging growth sectors.
Invest in the NetQub End-to-End Venture Accelerator
The last NetQub offering (through a Regulation D 506c exemption), can be reviewed at: https://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/1724940/000147793222006851/xslFormDX01/primary_doc.xml
Invest in the NTQBSecurity Token Offering
$3.50 per NTQB Token in phase #4
Minimum Investment $1,000
Minimum Offering - 285.7 Tokens
The maximum raise through this Security Token Offering is $10,000,000 (Ten Million USD)
This offering is made available through a Regulation D exemption.
1st $1,000,000 is pegged to $2.00 USD per NTQB Token (500,000 tokens)
2nd $1,000,000 is pegged to $2.50 USD per NTQB Token (400,000 tokens)
3rd $1,000,000 is pegged to $3.00 USD per NTQB Token (333,333 tokens)
4th $1,000,000 is pegged to $3.50 USD per NTQB Token (285,715 tokens)
5th $1,000,000 is pegged to $4.00 USD per NTQB Token (250,000 tokens)
6th $1,000,000 is pegged to $4.50 USD per NTQB Token (222,222 tokens)
7th $1,000,000 is pegged to $5.00 USD per NTQB Token (200,000 tokens)
8th $1,000,000 is pegged to $5.50 USD per NTQB Token (181,818 tokens)
9th $1,000,000 is pegged to $6.00 USD per NTQB Token (166,667 tokens)
10th $1,000,000 is pegged to $6.50 USD per NTQB Token (153,846 tokens)
Why Accelerator Funds Are A Better Way For Angels To Invest
- According to the 2016 Annual Halo Report, investing in accelerator funds dramatically reduces the price that angels pay for their investments. The report showed that on average a direct angel investment in a company is 7.3 times higher the valuation price, then an investment in a company through an accelerator fund.
- Investing in accelerator funds dramatically increases the amount of diversification that angels get. The American Angel Survey, which reports on information from just less than 1700 angels each year, shows that the median portfolio size of an angel investor is 7 companies. According to analysis of angel investment data, that’s too small a portfolio to ensure that the investor will generate an acceptable financial return. In contrast, the median portfolio size of an angel investor in an accelerator fund is 20.
- Investing in accelerator funds dramatically reduces the amount of time angels need to spend to make investments. When angels invest as part of an angel group, or individually, they need to attend meetings to see founders pitch, participate in due diligence to determine whether they want to invest, negotiate term sheets with the founders and monitor their investments. With an investment in an accelerator fund, the angel does not have to do any of these things. The managing directors of the accelerator fund undertaking these activities on behalf of the angel(s).
NetQub forward. Alignment with Founders
Ambition and Progress
Change makes way for progress. That’s why we believe in fostering an environment that is agile and open to change, which leads to new learnings and innovations.
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Become a NetQub Advisor and Business Mentor
Investors interested in becoming active advisors and business mentors in the NetQub accelerator program? Please complete the form below if you would like to be contacted by management to discuss such a role in the company. The Advisor/Investor open enrollment period ends soon and is limited.
Britt GlassburnCEO / Director
Stephen WentworthIndustry Investor / Advisor
Muriel WilliamsIndustry Investor / Advisor
Michael FullerIndustry Investor / Advisor
Chris WondolowskiIndustry Investor / Advisor
Barb PerruccioIndustry Investor / Advisor
Nick LimaIndustry Investor / Advisor
Irene GlazerIndustry Investor / Advisor
Adrienne WilsonIndustry Investor / Advisor
Mary MosesIndustry Investor / Advisor
Sam HitmanIndustry Investor / Advisor
Fred LehrerLegal Council
Terence FitchIndustry Investor / Advisor
D. Scott KarnedyIndustry Advisor
Ken TappIndustry Investor / Chairman
Tony MartinezDirector / Advisor
Andy ZodinIndustry Investor / Advisor
Jordan JacobIndustry Investor / Advisor
Eileen PeroIndustry Investor / Advisor
Francois AffolterIndustry Investor / Advisor
Marc PelosiIndustry Investor / Advisor
Tim RyersonIndustry Investor / Advisor
Lynn MurphyIndustry Investor / Director
Kenneth GranvilleIndustry Advisor
Liz WaldIndustry Advisor
Milford AdamsIndustry Investor / Advisor
Todd MarkeyIndustry Investor / Director
Marvell WynneIndustry Investor / Advisor
Quincy AmarikwaIndustry Investor / Advisor
Lonnie KlaessIndustry Investor / Director
Kim DozierIndustry Investor / Advisor
Janet CornielIndustry Investor / Advisor
Kathy & Scott SangsterIndustry Investor / Advisor
Brian LazarusIndustry Investor / Director
Beau La PointIndustry Investor / Director
Greg TellaIndustry Investor / Director
Scott BurseyIndustry Investor / Advisor
Jennifer WhiteIndustry Investor / Advisor
Brad ColburnIndustry Investor / Advisor
Keith ChristmanIndustry Investor / Advisor
Jon WrightIndustry Investor / Advisor
Todd TyrrellIndustry Investor / Advisor
Donald StephensonIndustry Investor / Advisor
Jason DeWittIndustry Investor / Advisor
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This information does not constitute an offer to sell or a solicitation of an offer to buy the securities of NetQub, Inc., or any company currently or previously in the NetQub accelerator program. All information presented herein with respect to the existing business and the historical operating results and any estimates and projections as to future operations or share value of any companies, are based on materials prepared by the management and involve significant elements of subjective judgment and analysis which may or may not be correct. While the information provided herein is believed to be accurate and reliable, management makes no representations or warranties, expressed or implied, as to the accuracy or completeness of such information. In furnishing this information, management reserves the right to amend or replace some or all of the information herein at any time and undertakes no obligation to provide the recipient with access to any additional information. Nothing contained herein is or should be relied upon as a promise or representation as to the future. This information includes certain statements, estimates and projections provided with respect to its anticipated future performance.
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