Become a Client

Who is Our Service For?

High potential start- and scale-ups that have:

Our Onboarding Process

During our onboarding process, you receive valuable advice from experienced entrepreneurs and experts even before the start of the project. 

  1. Qualification: Determine if your needs match what Masters of Scale (MoS) can offer
  2. Matchmaking: Present your company to the Masters and choose your MoS team
  3. Plan & Terms: Develop a high-level plan and agree on the terms and conditions with your Masters

Click here for a more detailed version of our onboarding process. 

Terms & Conditions

So we got you interested…

This section is about costs, commitment, obligations, and how you get rid of us (or how we get rid of you).

This is a two-sided commitment between the assigned Masters team and your company, so it is important to be 100% clear of all the rules of engagement.  

As a rule, we come onboard AFTER you have your Seed round, to help you get through the Series-A round investment process. We will do what it takes to prepare you for the roast that you will go through when talking to investors, and help with setting up a dataroom, investor presentations and negotiating the best terms and conditions of the deal. 

Click here for our complete Terms & Conditions. 


We will charge a small flat fee per month for travel and out of pocket expenses which we also consider as a token of your commitment to us.

For our hands-on involvement in the entire process and the use of our network and expertise, we ask for a to be agreed percentage of the valuation of your company at the end of our project, with linear vesting. This will have a minimum and maximum. Typically we will receive this compensation in cash once the investment round has closed, you have received cash and the new value of your company (“post money valuation”) is clear. If not enough cash is available at the end of the project, the compesation will be converted to warrants. 

Commitment & Obligations

The Masters team will commit to working with you until you have actually closed the Series-A round. Likewise, we expect you to commit to supply all information and resources (e.g. your time) to the process.

Now if – unintentionally – the Masters team breaks up, or we are no longer aligned in our goals and purposes, we might have to end our cooperation.

If the Masters break up the team, or decide they can no longer work with you or your company, we will not charge any success fees even if it does come to a closing of the round. We do want to be reimbursed for our work with a pro rata share of our minimum fee.

If you end the cooperation, we will claim a pro rata share of the success fee; e.g. it might be that we have brought you your investing party from our network.

Closing the Round

Once the round is closed, we will help you with re-adjusting your sights to the new situation and guide you into this next phase of your ccompany. This could mean that the Masters team will stay in touch for several weeks after the investment is made and help you and the investor to find ways to work together – if needed of course.

Are you interested in becoming a client?