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The Silicon Review Asia

NEXEA – Offering Managed Multi-Corporate Startup Accelerator services to support startups and investors

The Silicon Review
February, 2021

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Traditionally, getting funding for a new startup is tough. However, in recent years, there has been a surge in corporate investment in startup accelerators, as today’s entrepreneurial economy takes over from the bootstrapping days of yesterday. Big companies recognize the vast potential of working with startups, which has led to a boom in venture builders, venture clients, and corporate accelerators. These initiatives spur innovation, helping corporations innovate and evolve to stay competitive in a rapidly changing market. Corporate accelerator program accelerators managed by or directly sponsored by one or multiple established firms are becoming an integral part of startup ecosystems and an important startup engagement vehicle for established firms.

NEXEA is one such Startup Investment company that specializes in supporting and funding technology companies that have the potential to be the next technology giants. NEXEA also has services for investors and corporates that want to invest or work with future technology giants. NEXEA is known for its mentors who are successful ex-entrepreneurs, or C-levels who own or have sold (IPO, M&A) their businesses. They believe that they are the best people to mentor and guide the next generation of business owners.

Most reliable startup investment services offered by NEXEA

Venture Capital (VC) Startup Fund: A venture capitalist or VC is an investor who either provides capital to startup ventures or supports small companies that wish to expand but do not have access to equities markets. Venture capitalists are willing to invest in such companies because they can earn a massive return on their investments if these companies turn out to be successful. The NEXEA Early Stage Venture Capital (VC) Program is for technology startups that have revenue and are ready to grow further. The firm focuses on delivering not only capital but also the best-in-class support via its exclusive and top-tier mentors, experts, and partners. Its venture capital financing track record includes companies that grew 16X year on year, with more than 50 percent of its companies raising follow-on funding or exiting.

Angel Investors: Angel Investors are valuable for startups because they are not as focused on monetary gains as traditional sources of funding. Instead, most Angel investors have already achieved success in their careers and are now looking for ways to give back and support ideas and entrepreneurs. NEXEA Angel Investors are all experienced business owners and/or C-level professionals who are able to provide more than just funding for your startup. They also provide mentorship and support through industry experts and mentors. The NEXEA Investors/Mentors seek investment opportunities in technology startups which can showcase revenue and potential future growth.

Startup Incubator and Venture Builder: NEXEA Startup Incubator is a service for entrepreneurs without strong business plan that fits its criteria. This gives entrepreneurs that do not need funding a chance to work with the top mentors and to also get huge support from its experts and partners. NEXEA can help develop small ideas into much stronger ones with ideation experience. It also has a repository of ideas that could use a group of entrepreneurs to build. It helps to validate business plans to see if it can survive idea validation, market validation, and growth validation with minimal cost to the Startup. The firm continuously helps the company to grow via mentoring by the top investors in their class (IPO, M&A, PLCs).

The visionary leader behind the success of NEXEA

Alan Lim serves as the Chief Executive Officer and Managing Partner at NEXEA. He is part of the founding partners and Principle Advisor for NEXEA. Currently, he is overseeing the development, communicating, executing and sustaining strategic initiatives for the startups under NEXEA. He is part of the investment committee. He has advised and mentored countless companies in term of strategic growth and also is an expert in regional expansion. Mr. Alan is the co-founder and former CEO of MediaBanc Group; the largest media monitoring and Insights Company in South-East-Asia since 1997. He fully exited the business in mid-2014 when the company was listed in the ASX as iSentia Group Ltd. He has successfully grown a few startups regionally, noticeably Commsight who manage to expand to Indonesia and Vietnam; with Thailand being in the pipeline.

“Our mission is to match the best startups with the best investors and corporates to grow future technology giants.”

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