Here we provide an overview of how Venture Studios (also known as startup studios) link venture capital firms, incubators, and accelerators. We also provide an outline of their primary differences.
How do startup studios serve founders?
Startup Studios bridge the gap between venture capital firms, incubators, and accelerators. They are essentially organizations that build companies using their own talent and direction in exchange for equity. They offer a model that solves a lot of the issues and inefficiencies that often trouble startups and emerging companies.
What differentiates startup studios?
From the startup perspective, there are different paths entrepreneurship can take in order to commence actioning in their idea. In order to identify the best path for your startup, it’s important to understand the differences between Venture Studios, Incubators, and Accelerators. Below we examine each of these three models so you can make an informed decision on the roadmap of your emerging company.
|Venture Studio||Tangelo Obvious Venture Prehype||Derisk: Market testing, rapid iteration, capital, early growth. team||Capital, talent, team|
|Incubate idea: Early startup with a team that has the potential to grow. Untested product-market fit. Seed capital||Some capital, talent, network and industry insiders as advisors|
|Accelerate growth: Driving growth, pre-defined capital investment||Capital, talent, growth experts, network|