We invest …

… in your projekt in the sector:

Health and medical

Finance and insurance

There are several ways to invest in startups

1. Build up own corporate venture capital (CVC).


2.Invest in a venture capital fund specialized in start-up investments.


3. Invest directly in start-ups by participating in a seed or Series A round.

4. Invest via crowdfunding platforms.


5. Invest via loans / payment-free time / convertible loans.


6. Via so-called sweat capital.

With us your start-up can grow

Apart from the fact that all points contain various risks and requirements (keyword due diligence checks*)
we currently offer investments in the form of:

  • Loans / Non-payable time / Convertible loans
  • Sweat Capital**

Sweat Capital – a chance for all

We are very convinced of Sweat Capital.

Above all, we see it as an opportunity for all contributors to make a difference. You can support great ideas yourself and – in our case – give the founders easy access to UX expertise. We work hand in hand, explaining, guiding and integrating the visionaries into our craft so that the product is a complete success from this perspective as well.


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*Due diligence is a very careful analysis of the economic, legal, tax and financial situation of a company or individual. This involves examining, for example, sales figures, the shareholder structure and possible links to white-collar crime such as corruption and tax evasion. The review is necessary if a company maintains business relationships with partners or wishes to acquire another company, for example.

The aim is therefore to gather all relevant information in order to minimize the risk of wrong decisions and create a solid basis for cooperation or acquisition.



**Sweat Capital is a type of capital that is acquired through hard work and effort, rather than financial investment. It refers to the value a person creates through their own efforts, experience, and skills to successfully build a business or project. This capital is often not as obvious as financial capital, but it is just as important to the success of a business. It takes a lot of sweat, effort and commitment to acquire Sweat Capital and it can be a source of pride and fulfillment for people who work hard to achieve it – meaning the founders as well as other employees.

Sweat capital is often seen as an alternative to traditional venture capital, especially for startups that may not have enough seed money or for founders who don’t want to accept venture capital from outside investors.