Have you wanted to share your ideas and grow them in an environment not hindered by difficult visa procedures and US immigration? Welcome to Blueseed, Silicon Valleys visa-free offshore startup community. A place for entrepreneurs of any nationality, Blueseed offers an environment where visionaries can collaborate and grow their startup until it receives funding and can proceed to settle in the San Francisco Bay Area. Led by Max Marty, former director of business strategy at the Peter Thiel funded Seasteading Institute. Blueseed is well funded and staffed, and plans to launch in the third quarter of 2013.
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I believe the lack of a well-developed ecosystem (funding, mentoring, risk culture, lawyers, human resources) puts the burden tenfold on the entrepreneur in the emerging world. In many cases, foreign entrepreneurs have to do ten times the lifting of an American startup — for a much longer period of time to boot — in order to succeed. [...] many founders in Europe and even the East Coast complain about many of the same issues: Lack of venture funding, lack of talent, and an ecosystem that penalizes risk takers.
There are many ideas out there that can and will “make our world a better place” yet just need a fertile area to incubate. Blueseed offers the opportunities for people from all over the world to do just that. Below are a few conceptual designs for the first Blueseed community.
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