READY TO GROW?
Startup Coworking + Growth Services
Cowork & Grow
Our campus is a tech startup’s paradise. We don't just provide office space. We've designed the perfect ecosystem that fosters networking, community, and innovation specifically designed to help tech startups thrive. How can we help you grow your startup?
GLOBAL STARTUPS-PLANING TO MOVE FROM OVERSEA?
gtm for Overseas startups
Valley Extends has developed strong candidate pools of SDR’s, AE’s, Directors, Marketers and Success Agents in the local area. On top of this we have advisors that have built training programs, on boarding programs and Excellency programs across Sales, Marketing and Customer Success!
Having these programs available for Valley Extends companies can significantly increase a company’s ability to grow at scale. Helping companies hit the ground running and growing from day one is our goal with you.
Valley Extends has experts that are familiar with immigration rules and are equipped to help startups obtain the proper VISAs. Not all accelerators understand this. This can be disastrous for the founders from other countries. The guidance Valley Extends as obtained to help founders and employees can be instrumental in helping your company have a great North American presence.
ip, incorporation & legal services
The Accelerator has access to lawyers who can help the startups setup their companies properly in the United States. Many overseas startups are already incorporated in their home country. The problem is that most US investors won’t put money into anything but a Delaware C Corp. Valley Extends can connect you with lawyers who understand exactly how to set up the Delaware C Corp so that the US entity will be the parent company of the overseas entity. Lawyers can also help with foreign IP issues around trademarks, patents and intellectual property rights.
Many startups need help before they set foot in the United States. Valley Extends can help with an online program that can educate startup founders prior to landing in the Valley and connect them with Founders that have done this before is instrumental. There’s a lot to learn, and accelerator programs can be pretty intense, so it helps if the founders can prepare in advance. Ideally, they should learn the special Silicon Valley terminology, as well as gain an understanding of how to put together viable business plans, pitch decks, product validation, funding requirements ahead of time.
Strong Mentor Networks
Most startups coming here from overseas don’t know many people and need guidance. Valley Extends has an excellent mentor network that can help startups make the right connections to get to the next level. It’s also important that the mentors have worked extensively with foreign startups and understand exactly what they need when they land at Valley Extends.
Lastly, Valley Extends has strong relationships both local VC’s and VC’s from around the United States. It’s vital that these relationships include investors who are open to startups with overseas operations. Many Silicon Valley VCs won’t invest in startup unless they have significant traction in the US market. However, many of the overseas startups have traction in their home market but little to none in the US market. For early stage funding, it’s critical that the accelerator have the relationships with the right investors who are open to overseas markets and can judge their potential. We are also helping Startups to understand that there are many ways to funding both from VC’s or from an internal homegrown customer base.