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Tailored support for your healthcare innovation needs

 Tap into our strategic and operational expertise to elevate your efforts.

What we offer

  • Medical Validation
     

  • Market Mapping & Product Positioning
     

  • Technology Scouting
     

  • Market Access Strategy
     

  • Buy-out Strategy & Outreach

  • International Marketing
     

  • Product Trial & Feedback
     

  • Design & Manufacturing Strategy
     

  • Healthcare Talent Placement
     

  • Hospital, CDMO, or Distributor Partnership

Utilise our resources for your needs​

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Proprietary Network​ & Online Platform

Our global healthcare network spans 50+ countries across all stakeholder groups, amplified by the VentureBlick online marketplace and community

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Curated List of Experts

Our 2,000+ advisors, with a minimum of 10 years’ experience, have both expertise and interest, are handpicked by VB with high standard 

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In-house Expertise​

VB team with deep healthcare experience knows how to navigate complexity, pinpoint core issues, and translate feedback into actionable plans

Leverage on the

VB Advisory Network

Our extensive global advisor network, which consists of Medical Advisors (practising clinicians) and Industry Advisors (healthcare industry experts), helps to validate and support startups as their primary role. Advisors may be invited to participate in medical validation or business consulting projects as part of our medical advisory service. ​​

Every advisor is carefully screened and vetted before they are invited to be part of the network. ​

2,000+

Advisors from 50+ countries​

72%

Medical Advisors​

28%

Industry Advisors​

Who these services are crafted for​

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Startups and growth companies
seeking support and expertise at any step in their development​

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VCs, investment firms, and corporate ventures
assessing investment and acquisition targets​

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​​Government agencies
conducting due diligence on their grant applicants or providing specific services to the startups they support​

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Corporations 
providing global technology scouting service for licensing, investment, M&A, or distribution purpose

Case Studies:
How customers benefit from our consulting services

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  • Overview
    To be listed on VentureBlick’s investment platform, a startup must pass VentureBlick’s internal selection and vetting process, clear due diligence checks, then receive medical validation from the VB Advisory Network. Each successful startup is listed on VentureBlick’s investment platform for a fundraising period of two months. The investment opportunity will be introduced to medical investors first and their validation enhances the credibility for general investors to follow. The minimum investment quantum for medical investors is US$10,000 and the minimum investment quantum for general investors is US$20,000. The minimum threshold to declare the success of fundraising is subject to the fundraising target of each startup, but a rule of thumb is that a startup will need to reach at least 50% of its target or a minimum of US$200,000, whichever is lower, by the end of two months.
  • Investment Vehicles
    Startups that are listed on VentureBlick’s investment platform can offer different securities to investors. The common ones are: Direct equity: The startup offers its shares to investors, which translates to direct ownership in the company itself Convertible note: A form of debt where the current loan is converted into equity later – with a predetermined interest rate and maturity date https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Convertible_bond SAFE note: A simpler form of convertible note that also converts into equity at a later date, but with simpler terms and neither payable interest nor a fixed maturity date https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Simple_agreement_for_future_equity
  • Accepted Currencies
    Fundraising targets for startups are denominated in US dollars. Investors, however, can make their investments in either US dollars or Singapore dollars. For the latter, we will provide the relevant foreign exchange rate based on the bank rates at the time of the investment. Additional options are being explored.
  • Fees
    VentureBlick charges a one-time Management Fee of 5% on the net amount invested. This will finance the costs of operating the Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV), which acts as the interface between the startup and its investors. The fee covers operations for the SPV’s entire lifecycle. VentureBlick will also deduct a fee of 10% of your net profits upon a startup’s exit event, if the value of your investment at exit is higher than the initial gross amount invested. The SPV will retain 10% of your net profits, then pay out the balance of your holdings to you.
  • Additional Scenarios
    If a startup is listed but does not meet the minimum funding target, then its fundraising with VentureBlick is considered unsuccessful. In such a scenario, investors will be refunded their investments – including the Management Fee – minus any third-party bank charges. If a round is oversubscribed and the startup receives more than 100% of its funding target, VentureBlick will negotiate with the startup on behalf of investors to secure the best overall deal for investors.
  • Exit Event
    Also known as a liquidity event, an exit event occurs when shareholders in a startup cash out some or all of their equity in the company. In angel investing, the exit event is an important milestone for investors as it lets them realise their investments’. Exit events typically involve two scenarios. The first is an acquisition by another company, such as a larger player within the industry. The second is an Initial Public Offering (IPO), where the company goes public and lists its shares for trading on a stock exchange.
  • Step by Step
    Register Visit app.ventureblick.com Sign up as an investor (if you are already an advisor, you can log in using your advisor account) Provide the relevant identity documents as prompted to complete the registration process Browse Log in to the platform Browse the available investment opportunities listed on VentureBlick’s platform, with full information for each startup including advisor reviews, investment terms, pitch deck, legal templates etc Commit Decide on the startup(s) you wish to support Under the startup, commit to your investment with the FUND button, then follow the prompts accordingly Fund Complete the investment by transferring the committed investment amount to the bank account according to the instructions provided Allow some time for the fund transfer process to be completed. Once we have confirmed the receipt of your transfer, you will receive a confirmation email Your investment’s status will now be updated to “Confirmed” under [My Portfolio] as well VentureBlick will proceed to complete the transaction between you and the SPV, including the signing of the Subscription Agreement and Shareholders' Agreement Monitor VentureBlick will provide regular updates to each startup’s investors via their respective SPVs
  • Overview
    To be listed on VentureBlick’s investment platform, a startup must pass VentureBlick’s internal selection and vetting process, clear due diligence checks, then receive medical validation from the VB Advisory Network. Each successful startup is listed on VentureBlick’s investment platform for a fundraising period of two months. The investment opportunity will be introduced to medical investors first and their validation enhances the credibility for general investors to follow. The minimum investment quantum for medical investors is US$10,000 and the minimum investment quantum for general investors is US$20,000. The minimum threshold to declare the success of fundraising is subject to the fundraising target of each startup, but a rule of thumb is that a startup will need to reach at least 50% of its target or a minimum of US$200,000, whichever is lower, by the end of two months.
  • Investment Vehicles
    Startups that are listed on VentureBlick’s investment platform can offer different securities to investors. The common ones are: Direct equity: The startup offers its shares to investors, which translates to direct ownership in the company itself Convertible note: A form of debt where the current loan is converted into equity later – with a predetermined interest rate and maturity date https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Convertible_bond SAFE note: A simpler form of convertible note that also converts into equity at a later date, but with simpler terms and neither payable interest nor a fixed maturity date https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Simple_agreement_for_future_equity
  • Accepted Currencies
    Fundraising targets for startups are denominated in US dollars. Investors, however, can make their investments in either US dollars or Singapore dollars. For the latter, we will provide the relevant foreign exchange rate based on the bank rates at the time of the investment. Additional options are being explored.
  • Fees
    VentureBlick charges a one-time Management Fee of 5% on the net amount invested. This will finance the costs of operating the Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV), which acts as the interface between the startup and its investors. The fee covers operations for the SPV’s entire lifecycle. VentureBlick will also deduct a fee of 10% of your net profits upon a startup’s exit event, if the value of your investment at exit is higher than the initial gross amount invested. The SPV will retain 10% of your net profits, then pay out the balance of your holdings to you.
  • Additional Scenarios
    If a startup is listed but does not meet the minimum funding target, then its fundraising with VentureBlick is considered unsuccessful. In such a scenario, investors will be refunded their investments – including the Management Fee – minus any third-party bank charges. If a round is oversubscribed and the startup receives more than 100% of its funding target, VentureBlick will negotiate with the startup on behalf of investors to secure the best overall deal for investors.
  • Exit Event
    Also known as a liquidity event, an exit event occurs when shareholders in a startup cash out some or all of their equity in the company. In angel investing, the exit event is an important milestone for investors as it lets them realise their investments’. Exit events typically involve two scenarios. The first is an acquisition by another company, such as a larger player within the industry. The second is an Initial Public Offering (IPO), where the company goes public and lists its shares for trading on a stock exchange.
  • Step by Step
    Register Visit app.ventureblick.com Sign up as an investor (if you are already an advisor, you can log in using your advisor account) Provide the relevant identity documents as prompted to complete the registration process Browse Log in to the platform Browse the available investment opportunities listed on VentureBlick’s platform, with full information for each startup including advisor reviews, investment terms, pitch deck, legal templates etc Commit Decide on the startup(s) you wish to support Under the startup, commit to your investment with the FUND button, then follow the prompts accordingly Fund Complete the investment by transferring the committed investment amount to the bank account according to the instructions provided Allow some time for the fund transfer process to be completed. Once we have confirmed the receipt of your transfer, you will receive a confirmation email Your investment’s status will now be updated to “Confirmed” under [My Portfolio] as well VentureBlick will proceed to complete the transaction between you and the SPV, including the signing of the Subscription Agreement and Shareholders' Agreement Monitor VentureBlick will provide regular updates to each startup’s investors via their respective SPVs
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