AGORA BRANDS GROUP INC
THE FUTURE OF WEBSITES: INTERACTIVE SITES
An Interactive Format Presented by Avatars
DESIGN, FACE, AND VOICE AVATAR RECOGNITION
AI Interactive Avatar
Interact 25 Languages
Next Generation life-like,
text to speech technology
Closed Caption technology
on all platforms
Agora means: Marketplace
Agora Brands Group: An Artificial Intelligence/Ai Interactive Avatar Technology
Investors money would be used to select and provide Demo Presentations to Five of the Following Industries:
Celebrity and Icon,
Tourist and Hotel
Manufacturer of Mobile Devices,
PC, TV, Kiosks & Auto Screens
Death Care Industry
Agora Brands Group is looking to you for a SEED FUNDING ROUND of 1 million Dollars.
Celebrity Avatars For IP Licensing
Icon/Celebrity Avatars for Brands
Investors money would be used for launching Celebrity and Icon, IP licensing for Branding and Influencer companies.
Machine Learning and the new forms of motion capture for 3d Data
Deep learning methods
Fast speed & track movement
Tracking body movements
Perform analyzation imageries
Uses deep learning methods
Powered by AI, the Emotional Connection will change your Digital Avatar World.
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Seed rounds are typically regarded as the first type of the fundraising round available to founders. But in an increasingly competitive marketplace, huge growth in the number of start-ups has allowed “traditional” seed investors to become far more discerning on how they choose their investments – raising the threshold required to attract “traditional” seed funding. A typical pre-seed round sees a founding team (often pre-product) receive a small investment to hit or more of the milestones they’ll need to ready themselves for “true” seed investment: from hiring a critical team member to developing a prototype product. Led by many of the same investors that lead seed rounds, pre-seed financing is often used to bridge the gap of the next round.
Capital from a seed round often fuels a start-up’s move beyond it’s founding team, funds product development, and in some cases, even facilitates early revenue generation. Wrapped up within seed investments are expectations that strong signs of Product/Market Fit and some degree of traction (in the form of a growing wait list, or a month-on-month revenue growth) will begin to emerge, paving the way for later fundraising. Traditionally, seed rounds were the reserve of angel investors, but the proliferation of cash-rich VC funds and huge range of start-ups to invest in has attracted more venture capital firm’s seed round investment. This has created a huge variance in seed sizes: the median angel-funded seed size is around $150,000., but the median VC-Led seed size is closer to $1.5 million. The involvement of VCs leads to seed rounds ten times larger than those led by angels — with the largest seed round in 2015 a staggering $10 million.