Value Investing In Digital Travel Assets

At Bluedot Ventures we build, manage and trade digital travel assets.

Build

We are experts at building market-leading websites, tools and services that generate value to visitors and high income returns.

Manage

Utilising the latest internet marketing tactics we deliver outstanding results in driving monetisable traffic to our digital assets.

Trade

Through online brokerages we specialise in acquiring under-valued assets to turnaround, rejuvenate and sell back at high ROI.

Our Portfolio

We have a growing portfolio of digital properties that each occupy dominant positions in their respective travel niches.

Here are some of our assets...

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  • Ecommerce
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Duc-Kit Pro
Duc-Kit Pro

Duc-Kit Pro offers a range of waterproof bags and accessories to meet the needs of water-sport and outdoor enthusiasts. Our dry bags and waterproof accessories are best sellers on Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk.

Mountain IQ Shop
Shop MountainIQ

The Mountain IQ Shop provides a range of destination themed gear and hiking apparel. Using a print-on-demand process the MIQ shop is able to deliver fun hiking gifts and memorabilia for adventurers the world over.

TYTN Gear
tytn

TYTN is an independent outdoor gear brand. TYTN's range of products are designed in the UK and stress-tested in the most extreme environments for superior performance. Our flagship products are sold on Amazon in the UK, Europe and US.

Investment Philosophy

We play in high value travel niches, focusing on content sites for affiliate marketing and lead generation, and eCommerce drop-shipping and Amazon FBA businesses.

We are also interested in SAAS travel businesses and online travel agencies and operators. If you have an online travel business and are looking for investment or to sell, we would love to hear from you.

Inspiration

The founding inspiration for Bluedot Ventures is taken from an excerpt in Carl Sagan's book Pale Blue Dot. Sagan was inspired by an image (see below) taken, at his suggestion, by Voyager 1 on February 14, 1990.

As the spacecraft left our planetary neighbourhood for the fringes of the solar system, engineers turned it around for one last look at its home planet. Voyager 1 was about 6.4 billion kilometres (4 billion miles) away, and approximately 32 degrees above the ecliptic plane, when it captured this portrait of our world.

pale blue dot

Caught in the centre of scattered light rays (a result of taking the picture so close to the Sun), Earth appears as a tiny point of light, a crescent only 0.12 pixel in size.

Sagan was so inspired by the image he wrote and recorded the following:

Contact

Our company is headquartered in Guernsey, in the English Channel, but operates with a dispersed team of writers, designers and internet marketers.

If you have a digital travel business and are looking for investment or are interested in selling please contact us.

Bluedot Ventures Limited
Bluedot House, La Grande Rue, St Saviours, Guernsey, GY7 9PR, Channel Islands info@blue.gg | www.blue.gg