Kid coach by Isaac Dyor (efcisaac07)


We hire kids to do the coaching at a much smaller cost. This is a local coaching/babysitting experience.

This invention was created on 03-27-2017 as part of the Inventose Open Challenge challenge.
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Projected Invention Sales Price

$50,000.00


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Hypothetical Investors


Round #1: Build Initial Prototype Pre: $500.00 + Raise: $100.00 = Post: $600.00
Total Committed
$0.00

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The inventor is evaluating whether to raise money at some point in the future using a Hypothetical Investment Round (HIR). This is not a request for investment from the public, but a request for feedback about whether to consider opening an actual investment round in the future.

Amount Being Raised
$100.00

Pre-Money Valuation
$500.00

Post-Money Valuation
$600.00

Investment Round Title
Build Initial Prototype

Goals for this Round

Prototype: I will build a paper prototype of Kid Coach, where I will draw up each of the pages.

Patenting: None this round.

Validation: I will ask the members of my soccer team if they would be willing to create a profile.



Commit 100% of Round
$100.00
By clicking the button above, you are indicating you might like to invest up to $100.00 at a pre-money valuation of $500.00 and a post-money valuation of $600.00, which would represent 16.67 % ownership of Invention. At the projected sales price of $50,000.00, you would get $8,333.33. No actual offer for investment is being made or accepted by you or the Inventor.

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Commit 1% of Round
$1.00
By clicking the button above, you are indicating you might like to invest up to $1.00 at a pre-money valuation of $500.00 and a post-money valuation of $600.00, which would represent 0.17 % ownership of Invention. At the projected sales price of $50,000.00, you would get $83.33. No actual offer for investment is being made or accepted by you or the Inventor.