CreaCORN gives startups the essential tool and the necessary methodology to unlock their potential
The essential tool that guarantees the return on the investments made to commercialize an innovation is intellectual property (IP). The CreaMAKER software allows all startups to draft a CreaBOOK, and establish the authorship of their innovation.
Startups need a clear way to follow and demonstrate each progress made toward their final target. CreaCORN gives startups a methodology to move step by step on the highway to unicorns. It provides at the end of each step certificates proving the work made, and the remaining distance to reach the final target.
The Multiplier provides startups with a mathematical function to measure at each step the value of their innovation. The further the startup is from its final target, the higher the Multiplier will be, and the more attractive financial investments are for the investor. This indicator diminishes as the startup gets closer to its final target.
With CreaCORN from CreaFREE, Creators are just five steps away from success
In the first phase, the creator drafts
and timestamps the initial version of his CreaBOOK. This version, which protects and adds value to the innovation,
is registered on the Single creations Registry. Its property can be materialized by a non-fungible token (NFT) called CreaTHALER.
The NFTs are divided in CreaSHAREs to recruit and pay co-founders for their contributions. These contributions (market study and strategy, minimum viable product, business plan…) prepare the launch of the next step and the call for seeding funds.
After updating the CreaBOOK
to version 2, reflecting
the progress made,
the startup applies for conformity certification from World creators Society (WcS). In case of failure, it may improve its CreaBOOK to reapply later.
The startup calls for seeding funds
offering a highly attractive multiplier. In the meantime, it may allocate CreaSHAREs B calculated according to last CreaBOOK’s value. The seeding step proves the technical and commercial feasibility, and demonstrates the valuation of the startup’s innovation according to a beta-test.
After having updated the CreaBOOK (version 3), according to progress made, the startup applies for its economic value certification by a WcS accredited expert. In case of failure, it may improve its CreaBOOK to reapply later.
During the fourth step, the startup scales its operations worldwide. It extends its team, trains its network and conducts its marketing strategy. It proves the originality and disruptive characteristics of its innovation. If needed, it reinforces its legal status through crossed licenses.
After having updated the CreaBOOK (version 4), according to progress made, the startup applies for its originality certification by a world jury of accredited expert. In case of failure, it may improve the CreaBOOK and reapply later.
The fifth step sees the startup takes the leadership on related world markets. Offering a low but still attractive multiplier, the startup calls new funds. Using the sovereign originality certificate, it develops the conformity assessment protocol that will authorize its product/service to wear the Responsible authenticity Marking.