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By Marko Berndt

Promising Campaign Launch for poqit.berlin


Dear Companists,

We are thrilled by your support and the promising campaign launch. So to start off with, we would like to thank you for your commitment and for placing your trust in our young start-up. After only 10 days, we have already achieved 72% of our total investment threshold.

But not only the Companists seem to be interested in our idea, as evidenced by recent media reports. Important tech magazines such as GIGA, Macwelt and Computer Bild have already written pieces about us. In early June, further reports will be published in various print media, such as the Berliner Morgenpost and impulse. Thanks to the positive coverage, we have already received four concrete inquiries from potential sales partners.


poqit.berlin campaign launch


We can now reach more than 65,000 contacts on social media. And the number of daily visitors to our website has increased twofold since the beginning of the campaign. We intend to further increase this number over the course of the next days and weeks. Support us by activating your contacts and sharing our posts in all social media networks. You can find us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to give us feedback on our idea and the campaign.


We are looking forward to the rest of the campaign

Your poqit.berlin team



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€ 171,535




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