In addition to the company‘s core investment strategy of providing venture capital financing for start-ups, Level 7 also strategically acquires shares in established companies with a history of generating sustained earnings and cash flow. The company plans to allocate approximately two-thirds of its investment capital in early-stage companies which have yet to establish themselves on the market, and the remaining third for investments in companies which are already generating earnings. This portfolio allocation strategy is designed to provide the company with both income and capital appreciation on a sustained basis.
How will Level 7 Global Holdings earn its Profits?
This strategy is implemented particularly for companies which are cash-flow positive, or which will soon be able to distribute earnings to Level 7.
Sale of Holdings or Shares
Most advantageous for later stage companies that are actively engaged in operations and have gained popularity, this phase offers Level 7 enormous profit opportunities by selling all or part of the investment for a profit.
IPO and Going Public
This exit strategy is especially suitable for mature operating companies with 2-3 years of profits who are seeking expansion capital. These will be the most profitable opportunities for Level 7 in the future since they promise significant upside while at the same time displaying a certain amount of strength to competitors, and therefore qualify for a stock exchange listing.