Welcome to ConceptStarter.Net

ConceptStarter.net is a Business Formation Incubator that builds business formation projects from  the embryonic stage of a new business idea.  ConnceptStarter.Net accept business formation contributed by Donor Contributors  to ventures that need a Business Formation Model to attract equity and/or venture capital when the model is complete...more        

Business Formation Project

 A startup venture may require several rounds of financing before it can generate sufficient cash flow to finance its own operations. New entrepreneurs need funds to support their business formation projects before they are investment ready. A business owner may choose to raise funds in the formation period without issuing an equity stake in their company. This is done through crowd funding donations or business formation grants. ConceptStarter.Net accepts business formation grants awarded in the embryonic stage of a new business idea. These grants are given to specific ventures in exchange for an Investment Participate Level (IPL), which is an option to be amount the first to be notified,  if and when the owner decides to accept equity capital...more

Programs & Services

Crowd Funding Project


Crowd funding donations has been around for a long time, it was made famous as a primary source of funding to launch new projects in theaters, such as plays and movies. Crowd financing as it is sometime called, describes a group of people who pool their resources, to support projects initiated by others. Crowd funding donations occurs for a wide variety of purposes including; disaster relief, writing & music projects, support of artists by fans, political campaigns, video productions and many other start-up projects. In the past, crowd funding campaigns are donations with no obligation to pay  the donors back, even when the project became successful....more 

Empowerment Books & Games


Modern American Entrepreneurship is based on the establishment of a private sector business infrastructure, starting in the embryonic stage of a new business idea. Today, there are two types of entrepreneurs, one is practical and self taught and the other is innovative and is taught in a classroom. Innovative entrepreneurship training has become a major education track that can lead to elite colleges. In the past practical entrepreneurs dropped out of colleges because it didn’t provide the type of education and training, potential entrepreneurs felt they needed..more

Investment Wolfpacks

The price of startups has sky rocked, which has attracted a new type of investor; we refer to as private stake holder investors. These investment groups are mostly small hedge fund managers and a new type of venture capitalists.

We call them; “Investment Wolfpacks” because they band together to buy early stage ventures, before the new venture has proof of concept or a history of earnings. They not only buy an equity stake in the business venture being offered, they get first rights to all business ideas the entrepreneur will have in the future without offering any additional compensation for the exclusive rights. These Investment Wolfpacks are buying up to 50 new ventures at a time, with no plans to develop all of them. They search for the few that show promise in a short period of time, all others are discarded.

New entrepreneurs give up a large portion of their ownership to these  Wolfpack Investors. Once funded, many of these companies are moved to other locations, many times out of state. This new investment strategy is slowing and sometimes killing new jobs creation for local communities that use to count on new enterprises to create new jobs. Innovative Entrepreneurs are found in entrepreneurial focused generations and are the people’s answer to the concentrated wealth in the hands of the top 1% of the world’s richest people.

Therefore, it’s imperative that all family members be on the lookout for next generation entrepreneurs in their families. Thanks, to the equity crowd funding bill that passed Congress and was signed into law in 2012, by President Obama as part of the Jobs Act. It allows ordinary people to invest in private companies for the first time, since the 1930s. Traditionally, you had to be an accredited investor with a net worth of $1 million dollars to invest in early stage business ventures. Early stage investing is the hottest new field in the private equity market; it’s so lucrative a special market had to be established exclusively for the “Private Equity Market, for early stage startups”...more

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