INVESTORS

There are three (3) ways you can financially invest in SILICON VALLEY SIERRA LEONE startups and projects: (1) DIVIDEND investing, (2) RES-DEV investing, and (3) GOODWILL investing. See the explanations below. In the world of investing, all investments have costs, in particular State and Federal taxes. Financial Investments into Silicon Valley startups are not donations and should not be treated as such.

Currently, our Startups are in their separate Acceleration and Incubation (founding) processes. Therefore, all initial investments into Silicon Valley Sierra Leone startups and projects are handled by ROGEE, Inc. a California, USA-based ''C'' Corporation. Where applicable, all legal documents, including IRS W-9 are provided for all funds received. If you are interested in becoming an investor, contact us for directives.

Dividend
Investing

Dividend Investing is limited to federal SEC-accredited or sophisticated investors. Dividend Investing is open to individuals and institutions, worldwide. In Dividend Investing, you buy available shares in a Silicon Valley Sierra Leone startup at current global market value. When the startup begins to return financial profits, then cash dividends are distributed to shareholders (you and the other investors) every 3 months. Shareholders will receive dividends in proportion to their shareholding (percent of the profit).

ROI (RETURN ON INVESTMENT):
What you get back from your Dividend Investing:
  1. Cash Dividend Payments
  2. In Perpetuity Shares Ownership
  3. International Shareholder Recognition
  4. Board Member If 10% or More Shares Held

Res-Dev
Investing

Res-Dev (Research & Development) Investing is a mechanism created by ROGEE Startups Accelerator that gives a larger company the ability to acquire the services of a smaller company (the Startup) using the larger company's R&D funds or Marketing budget. Taping into its unlimited Marketing or R&D finances, Res-Dev Investing provides the larger company with access to inexpensive talent, time, and tools while simultaneously providing much-needed capital and opportunity for the smaller company (the Startup).

ROI (RETURN ON INVESTMENT):
What you get back from your Res-Dev Investing:
  1. Reports from R&D Findings
  2. Access to Services Rendered
  3. International Partner Recognition
  4. Opportunity at Dividend Investing

Goodwill
Investing

Business Goodwill is the value of a company not directly attributable to its assets and liabilities. Goodwill is priceless and considered to have an indefinite useful life for the company. Goodwill Investing in Silicon Valley Sierra Leone is open to individuals and institutions, worldwide; and is currently limited to the following projects: (1) Police Appreciation, (2) Healthcare Network, (3) Hawa's Law, and (4) Kona Educational Mentorship. The ROGEE Startups Accelerator is the main financial investor in these projects.

ROI (RETURN ON INVESTMENT):
What you get back from your Goodwill Investing:
  1. Building of Local Goodwill
  2. Referrals for New Business
  3. Mentioning at Related-Events
  4. Name in Marketing Campaigns
  5. International Sponsor Recognition
  6. Opportunity at Dividend Investing

Investor Funds Transfer

Send fund only after you have explicitely confirmed your investor relationship (Dividend, Res-Dev, or Goodwill) in writing with ROGEE Startups Accelerator. DO NOT SEND FUNDS TO ANY INDIVIDUAL PERSON, OTHER COMPANY, OR OTHER ACCOUNT INFORMATION. Also, do not send cash or money order (will be returned). Only personal or company checks and electronic transers are accepted.

OPTIONS:

1. BANK-TO-BANK TRANSFER (ACH):
Bank Name: Bank of America
Routing #: 121000358 or 122000661
Account Name: ROGEE, Inc.
Account Type: Business Checking
Account Number: 3250 6416 8032
2. CHECK MAILING:
ROGEE, Inc.
PO BOX 3191
QUARTZ HILL, CA 93586
3. ZELLE
Send to email address:
billing@rogee.com

SILICON VALLEY SIERRA LEONE
ROGEE STARTUPS ACCELERATOR

STARTUPS

SILICON VALLEY SIERRA LEONE
ROGEE STARTUPS ACCELERATOR

PROJECTS

INVESTORS:

ROGEE® USA
Seed Investments
Corporate Shareholder
Corporate Board Member
Amount Invested by ROGEE:
Over 400 Million Leones
Up to December 31, 2020
Want to Investors?
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INCUBATOR:

ROGEE® Startups Accelerator
We're accelerating entrepreneurial teams with audacious startup ideas. The goal is for our startups to lead to lucrative international IPOs in 3-7 years.
 
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ROGEE STARTUPS ACCELERATOR

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GOVERNMENT OF SIERRA LEONE

THE COMPANIES ACT, 2009

ENACTED on 5th day of June, 2009 by the President and the Parliament of Sierra Leone. Being an Act to provide for the registration and regulation of companies and for other related matters.

PART III -- INCORPORATION OF COMPANIES AND INCIDENTAL MATTERS

TYPES OF COMPANIES:

Section 18:

  1. An incorporated company may be either a company --
    1. having the liability of its members limited by the memorandum to the amount, if any, unpaid on the shares respectively held by them (in this Act termed ''a company limited by shares'');
    2. having the liability of its members limited by the memorandum to such amount as the members may respectively thereby undertake to contribute to the assets of the company in the event of its being wound up (in this Act termed ''a company limited by guarantee''); or
    3. not having any limit on the liability of its members (in this Act termed ''an unlimited company'').
  2. Any of the companies mentioned in subsection (1) may either be a public or private company.

Section 19:

  1. A private company is one which is stated in its memorandum to be a private company.
  2. Every private company shall, by its articles, restrict the transfer of its shares, if any.
  3. The total number of members of a private company shall not exceed 50, excluding persons who are bona fide in the employment of the company, or were while in that employment and have continued after the determination of that employment, to be members of the company.
  4. Where two or more persons hold one or more shares in a company jointly, they shall, for the purpose of subsection (3) be treated as a single member.
  5. A private company shall not, unless authorised by law invite the public to --
    1. (a) subscribe for any shares or debentures of the company; or
    2. (b) deposit money for fixed periods or payable at call, whether or not bearing interest.

Section 20:

  1. Any company other than a private company shall be a public company and its memorandum shall state that it is a public company.

Business Documents:

#1 COMPANIES ACT 2009 #2 AMENDMENT ACT 2014 #3 HANDBOOK FOR DIRECTORS #4 FEES FOR SERVICES #5 FORM AA - LOCAL #6 FORM 485 - FOREIGN #7 STATUTORY DECLARATION #8 FINANCE ACT 2020 #9 DOCS FOLDER
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