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ameria achieves break even in second quarter


Dear Companists,

We have some very good news for the final stage of our Companisto campaign: ameria GmbH reached the break even point, adjusted for the non-recurring Companisto costs, in the second quarter of 2016. The adjustment includes all costs associated with the Companisto campaign, in particular the commission related to the investments. This means that, despite continuously high development and marketing expenses for Virtual Promoter, ameria is now operating at a profit. We generated revenues of more than € 700,000 in the second quarter.

Achieving our break even is the result of numerous larger Virtual Promoter orders and associated advanced payments. At the same time, the existing ameria business is also operating slightly above target. We have been very successful in the first half of 2016 and are looking forward to similar developments in the third and fourth quarters. In line with our motto: "The best way to predict the future is to create it."



Our Companisto crowdfunding campaign ends at 11:59 pm on 01 July. Thank you for participating in our success story. We are excited to find out what the last days of the campaign hold in store.

Kind regards,

The ameria team


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