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ulaunch.me
 

ulaunch.me

Founder Pascal Seibold established Ulaunch.me after experiencing firsthand the challenges faced by first time tech founders. Building a tech product before generating revenue requires upfront investment of both time and resources and there are inherent risks in outsourcing the development of your tech product. Who do you trust and how can you minimise the financial risk? Ulaunch.me is solving this problem by providing first time founders with the ability to have their tech product developed for less upfront cash through their trusted and secure platform of service providers.

 
  • Skip the queue and go to market quicker than your competitors
  • Service providers invest their time resulting in greater buy-in
  • Minimise the upfront investment to develop your tech product and pay back later
  • Secured payments until product milestones are achieved you’re happy.

Ulaunch.me believes that there is a solution for startups to market their minimal viable product (MVP) quicker and maintain control over their company.

As founders themselves, they’ve found that most startups struggle with getting their tech product to market as a result of not having enough cash and/or the right tech co-founder and team.

Founders should have more flexibility and options than sweat equity, outsourcing software to cheap providers, or giving away too much equity too early for pre-seed and seed investment from business angels and early-stage venture capital firms.

Ulaunch.me’s platform enables founders access to top-level software development and legal teams that support the development of the company using a negotiated financial arrangement involving time and equity rather than upfront cash.

  • Early-stage startups
  • Scaleups to help them to extend their runway in financially challenging times.

Ulaunch.me are looking to partner with accelerators and incubators to help their startups with their tech side. They’re also looking for expressions of interest from service providers who are willing to work for some cash and the possibility to earn equity in the future.

Last but not least, they’re looking for early adopters in startups who need support with their software development or legal side, but don’t have the right team to execute and can’t afford the full price at this stage.

Pascal Seibold

Pascal Seibold

Chief Executive Officer

Lucas van Dongen

Lucas van Dongen

Chief Technology Officer

Laura Bonifasi

Laura Bonifasi

Chief Operating Officer

Andrew Andreyev

Andrew Andreyev

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