Blueseed will create a space for entrepreneurs without a visa on an moored vessel on international waters near Silicon Valley in the United States.

The Blueseed Project aims to resolve a talent and innovation gap in Silicon Valley, created by the absence of ideas and innovations from international entrepreneurs without a visa. To resolve this challenge, Blueseed is creating an entrepreneurship and technology incubator aboard an ocean vessel in international waters thus freeing entrepreneurs from the need for a visa.

The vessel facilities will be fully outfitted with the highest technological capabilities needed by tech entrepreneurs, and will drop anchor a short ferry ride (12 miles off-coast) from Silicon Valley, affording international entrepreneurs access to the Bay Area. The project promises to offer a ‘customized environment centered around smart, proven, cost-effective legal best practices, and modern living and work accommodations.'

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