Choosing a startup for investment is a delicate act that needs experience and expertise. Similarly, choosing an investor is equally an articulated and well thought of strategy as startups should choose investors very carefully. An investor should not be selected for mere money but he/she should be selected as a long term partner for the startup(s). Similarly, investors who are merely interested in a good return or takeover of a startup are not good choices. But this is a personal choice and we at TLCEODRI are very clear about our potential investors.

We are currently looking for national and international investors (maximum three) for each of our startups TeleLaw and TLCEODRI. We are looking for a non stake based investment as we are neither interested in divesting our interests (shareholding) nor interested in selling our startups. Our initial investors would get priority for all future investment calls and other investors would be approached on similar terms only once existing investors refuse to or fail to act within the stipulated time. The pitch decks are available at the TeleLaw Blog and interested investors are requested to go through the same before contacting us. Once they are sure that our startups are worth investing, they may approach us with a clear and final proposal. We would discuss the modalities about such investments through a dedicated mobile number and official e-mail id.

We have few out of the box idea in pipeline and we are confident that both TeleLaw and TLCEODRI would become “Techno Legal Giants” of the world. They are protected as trade secrets and we would not disclose them to any person and under any circumstances whatsoever. So investors should make a call on the basis of already existing information and material that is more than sufficient to get an idea about our startups and their potential global reach and domination.

Let us collectively create the history in the techno legal fields.