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Vienna, Austria
STARTUP
FREYGEIST
FREYGEIST has reinvented the e-bike. The company's modern e-bike technology that looks like a conventional bike provides bikers with excellent handling. In other words, this reimagined e-bike weighs only 12 kg, but its light weight does not have any negative impact on its battery capacity, power, or transmission system! Our target group consists of... More
  • 1465%
    Funded
  • 732,980
    Invested
  • 750,000€
    Maximum
  • 554
    Companists
  • 42
    Days Left for Funding
Henningsdorf, Germany
STARTUP
EBS Technologies
Innovative German Medical Technology: EBS has developed the NEXT WAVE™ system, a unique neurological stimulation system for the treatment of neurologically-based visual impairments. Our system can treat the effects of these impairments and partially restore vision in many patients. More
  • 146%
    Funded
  • 146,700
    Invested
  • 250,000€
    Maximum
  • 423
    Companists
  • 9
    Days Left for Funding
pro7 accelerator
Munich, Germany
STARTUP
Jaimie Jacobs
Jaimie Jacobs enables people to design their own shoes with only a few clicks of the mouse.   Using the 3D configurator we developed, our customers may very easily design leather shoes online. Each of the shoes we produce is unique and handmade by our master shoemakers. More
  • 424%
    Funded
  • 212,420
    Invested
  • 250,000€
    Maximum
  • 384
    Companists
  • 45
    Days Left for Funding
pro7 accelerator
Munich, Germany
STARTUP
Pablo & Paul
Empty walls? Pablo & Paul can help you change this. We offer exclusive and affordable art by young artists. In our online shop and our store-within-a-store, everyone can find that special something for their walls.  More
  • 264%
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  • 132,000
    Invested
  • 200,000€
    Maximum
  • 340
    Companists
  • 45
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Latest Investments

WEISSENHAUS
1,000.00€
31 Mar. 2015
Pablo & Paul
500.00€
30 Mar. 2015
FREYGEIST
500.00€
30 Mar. 2015
FREYGEIST
500.00€
30 Mar. 2015
FREYGEIST
2,500.00€
30 Mar. 2015
FREYGEIST
2,500.00€
30 Mar. 2015
FREYGEIST
1,000.00€
30 Mar. 2015
EBS Technologies
600.00€
30 Mar. 2015
FREYGEIST
2,000.00€
30 Mar. 2015
FREYGEIST
1,000.00€
30 Mar. 2015
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Video Teaser: On 28 April 2015, the First Movie Crowdfunding Campaign Will Start on Companisto
By Companisto on 27 Mar. 2015 at 12:02   
From 28 April 2015 onwards, investors on Companisto may invest in a movie and thus enter the movie business. In this update, we provide you with a first look behind the scenes. More
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EBS Technologies Announces New Therapy Center
By Team EBS Technologies on 25 Mar. 2015 at 17:07   
Because of its crowdfunding campaign, EBS is also receiving additional attention from hospitals. Thus, EBS will equip a fourth therapy center in Berlin shortly. Moreover, EBS has entered into very concrete negotiations with a potential fifth and sixth center. Consequently, the company's NEXT WAVE technology will also become available in the north and west of Germany in addition to hospitals in Berlin, Bernau, and Munich. More
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FREYGEIST in the Fast Lane
By Team FREYGEIST on 24 Mar. 2015 at 16:10   
FREYGEIST moves people: Within less than 2 weeks, more than €640,000 have already been invested in FREYGEIST and the series production of its e-bikes. This fact has also caused FREYGEIST to be the talk of the town elsewhere: Impressive article in the media and feedback from Companists, roadshow visitors, and social media fans prove that FREYGEIST's vision literally moves people. More
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Final Stage of the EDITION F Campaign: What We Have Achieved since the Campaign Launch
By Nora-Vanessa Wohlert & Susann Hoffmann on 24 Mar. 2015 at 15:24   
In a few days, the crowdfunding campaign of EDITION F will be over. Since the campaign launch, EDITION F has more than doubled the number of visitors, and many major media have covered the start-up. Moreover, EDITION F was nominated for a crowdfunding award. Read more about this in the update! More
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WEISSENHAUS Is One of the Big Winners of the ITB 2015
By Jan Henric Buettner on 19 Mar. 2015 at 14:23   
WEISSENHAUS Grand Village Resort & Spa was not only named "Best Hospitality Newcomer 2015" by the illustrious jury of the Connoisseur Circle, but it also received the "Hideaway of the Year 2014" award from the renowned Hideaways magazine. This is a great honor because WEISSENHAUS was the first German hotel to win this award in its 19-year history. More
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Companisto Participates in Expert Hearing on the German Law on the Protection of Small Investors in the German Bundestag
By Companisto on 18 Mar. 2015 at 13:45   
On 16 March 2015, the Finance Committee of the German Bundestag hosted a public expert hearing on the proposed law on the protection of small investors. Companisto managing director Tamo Zwinge was one of the 16 experts invited to attend the hearing. More
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Investments in crowdfunding projects offer great opportunities, but they are risk investments. In the worst case, the entire investment amount may be lost. However, there is no obligation to make further contributions. Investors can minimize their risk by splitting their investment amount between crowdfunding campaigns rather than investing all of it in one crowdfunding campaign. Professional investors often follow this strategy because it causes the risk to be distributed among several investments. In this way, successful investments can balance other less successful investments.

The shares of the Companists are subordinated profit-participating loans (partiarische Nachrangdarlehen). Such loans are shares in a business with similar characteristics as equity. If the company becomes insolvent, the claims of the Companists – just like those of all other shareholders of the company – will be satisfied from the assets in the insolvency only after the claims of all other external creditors have been satisfied. Thus, Companists are treated like any other shareholder of the company.

The company information published on the Companisto website is provided solely by the companies. The projections made by the companies do not guarantee successful development of the company in the future. Consequently, crowdfunding investments are suitable only for those investors who can cope with the risk of a total loss of the capital invested. Investors make their own independent investment decisions and bear all risks themselves.

 
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NOTE:

Investments in crowdfunding projects offer great opportunities, but they are risk investments. In the worst case, the entire investment amount may be lost. However, there is no obligation to make further contributions. Investors can minimize their risk by splitting their investment amount between crowdfunding campaigns rather than investing all of it in one crowdfunding campaign. Professional investors often follow this strategy because it causes the risk to be distributed among several investments. In this way, successful investments can balance other less successful investments.

The shares of the Companists are subordinated profit-participating loans (partiarische Nachrangdarlehen). Such loans are shares in a business with similar characteristics as equity. If the company becomes insolvent, the claims of the Companists – just like those of all other shareholders of the company – will be satisfied from the assets in the insolvency only after the claims of all other external creditors have been satisfied. Thus, Companists are treated like any other shareholder of the company.

The company information published on the Companisto website is provided solely by the companies. The projections made by the companies do not guarantee successful development of the company in the future. Consequently, crowdfunding investments are suitable only for those investors who can cope with the risk of a total loss of the capital invested. Investors make their own independent investment decisions and bear all risks themselves.