ASK Capital began as a vertically integrated real estate venture and executed over $200 million in transactions over the last 10 years.
This experience led to our ASK Incubator platform. Our platform focuses on start-ups and early stage companies, offers mentors, hands-on business coaching and guidance on raising capital.
Amian realty real estate brokerage
High end design, renovations and rehabilitations
Ground up development and modular construction technology
Business operations, financial analysis, human resources and outsourcing services
Bronx, Westchester & Long Island construction and renovation company
Bronx and Brooklyn focused investment company
We best serve businesses that are in the pre-seed or seed stage. These companies require enormous effort and resources in order to gain traction. It’s at this stage that we help our portfolio companies with strategy, mentoring and access to resources. However, real estate investment opportunities tend to come from businesses at all stages. Whether you’re looking to improve your balance sheet or lower cash flow we consider performing properties with rehab or rental potential.
We help provide the pillars to business success including:
ASK acts a bridge to connect successful industry leaders to our entrepreneurs. Our mentors lend their time in exchange for the opportunity to provide coaching, strategic advice, raise capital or invest in deals to promising start-ups. This symbiotic relationship fosters an environment of passionate operator experienced investors.
Our ability to raise capital depends on the size of the project. Our initial investment starts at $25,000 but can be as large as $1,000,000 for the right opportunity.
It’s hard enough to start a business, and the odds can be stacked for those coming from a disadvantaged background with few resources. We understand your plight and challenges because we’ve been there!
Black Lives Matters Movement:
Corporate America, local, State and Federal agencies are committed help minorities businesses following the death of George Floyd and other Black people at the hands of police this spring,
The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has disproportionately impacted minority-owned businesses, which tend to be in industries where demand was hardest hit by the pandemic,
Minority-owned businesses had a harder time dialing into federal relief programs like the Paycheck Protection Program, while unemployment tends to go up faster for minorities and others at the lower end of the income spectrum
Studies show the survival rate of companies that go through an accelerator are three times than that of companies that don’t. What’s more, research shows companies that completed an accelerator program grew faster than companies that didn’t. It’s hard enough to start a business, and the odds can be stacked for those coming from a disadvantaged background with few resources.