The SociaLiga’s current valuation is $10m, and any amount you invest entitles you to a certain percentage equity in the business. For example, if you invest $100,000, it means you have bought into 1% of the business. For more details, see table below;
Amount Invested ($)
Percentage of Company Buy-in
No, investment in The SociaLiga is not like the stock or money market. You would be investing in a sports and technology company whose aim is to monetize our community by the following initiatives – Male & Female Football League, SociaLiga 5ves, 5 Aside League, Waves, Games night, SociaLympics and Marketplace.
We earn from B2B, Business to Business by partnering with brands who sponsor our events, e.g WEMA, Guinness, ABEG, Pepsi etc. Then B2C, Business to Customer, people who attend the events buy tickets, food, drinks, they shop in the marketplace. The SociaLiga as the name suggests Socia & Liga means bringing together sporting and social initiatives in the same space and ensures there is something for everyone.
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Errr…the amount of time it takes to see a return is highly dependent on the type of investment contract the opportunity list, it could be in the following classes:
a) Convertible notes called C-Notes: Basically C-notes are like debt instruments where the company takes on debt but with a big difference, In the context of a seed financing, the debt typically automatically converts into shares of preferred stock upon the closing of a priced round( Seed or Series A )
b) Dividends: Depends on specific investment agreement, the dividends are a percentage of profits, therefore, the amount of time to see a return depends on how profitable a business is and in most businesses, profitability takes a while.
If you however decide you want to sell your investment, you can list and find a buyer, however this process might take a while.