Independent investors invest through private funds of VC's in exchange for equity. G-Co focuses on finding investors within high-income industries that may benefit our ISA holders
Independent investors invest through private funds of VC's in exchange for equity. G-Co focuses on finding companies with developed STEM programs that could provide mentors to ISA holders, with the goal being helping our members to find positions in their fields
Colleges and Universities can use G-Co to build out their first ISA program or use it in addition to their existing ISA
A communal fund for private and corporate investors to gain equity from
Independent University Funds
Funds specific to our college clients that are funded primarily/entirely from their own resources
Professionals that have already graduated that need to get out of a private student loan contract or would like to consolidate many loans into an ISA
Accepted applicants would have strong degrees, stable career paths, and good credit.
The university ISA's will act as the sole ISA provider for Uni's or in conjunction with the existing one. Funds will be entirely collected by the University and how exactly they use them is up to the school
Most college funds only cover up to the cost of tuition. Students may also be given access to the Private ISA fund to help pay for room/board
Financial Forecast & Profitability
Income Share Agreement Fund
Total US Student Loan Debt:
Student loans owed by Black students and professionals:
Student loans owed by Black debt-holders with degrees in STEM, Law, Business, or Medicine:
Total Addressable Market
Servicable Addressable Market
Market Capture for G-Co to become profitable:
8% of Target Market or $10 Million
How many students is this and at what average borrow rate?
If we say we only need 85 students in the fund to cover operational costs that's a powerful stat to have
Would you consider refinancing some or all of your loans with a G-Co ISA?
- 122/145 graduates answered yes
Would you invest personally or be interested in encouraging your company to invest in G-Co?
- 36/42 potential investors answered yes