What is a PBS Ventures Builder?

PBS Ventures is a company that builds and scales startups from scratch by providing resources, expertise, and funding. It differs from a traditional startup incubator or accelerator because it takes a more hands-on approach to creating and developing ideas.


How does PBS Ventures select startup ideas?

PBS Ventures typically selects startup ideas based on market research, industry trends, and the experience and expertise of its team members. The idea must have the potential to solve a real problem, have a clear business model, and be scalable in the long term.


What is the role of PBS Ventures in a startup?

PBS Ventures takes an active role in building, scaling, and operating a startup. It provides resources, funding, expertise, and infrastructure to create the product or service, build the team, and develop a successful business model. It is also responsible for the day-to-day operations and strategic decisions of the startup.


How does PBS Ventures make money?

PBS Ventures makes money by taking an equity stake in the startups it creates and develops. It may also generate revenue from services it provides to the startups or through a successful exit, such as an initial public offering (IPO) or acquisition.


What is the success rate of startups created by PBS Ventures?

The success rate of startups created by a Venture Builder varies depending on the industry, market, and specific startup idea. However, Venture Builders typically have a higher success rate compared to traditional startups because they provide more resources, funding, and expertise to help the startup succeed.