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By Fabrice Gerdes

grün versichert reviews first campaign week


Dear Companists,

The first week of the campaign was quite exciting and was also quite informative.

First of all, I'd like to thank the Companists who've decided to make an investment in grün versichert.  I'd also like to thank those of you who've taken time to offer their criticisms, as this is the only way that we can understand what's stopped potential investors from making an investment and learn how to improve our offer.

We've also uploaded a longer version of our pitch video, which features more additional facts and figures than the short version that we offered for the campaign ->

I understand that the evaluation has been the biggest point of criticism of our campaign and that a portion of the Companists consider the evaluation to be too large and not sufficiently justified.  To this end, we've already held talks with the shareholders and plan on further negotiations in order to come to a solution that alleviates this point of criticism.

A further point of criticism has been the current uncertainty surrounding the investment by the Media Ventures GmbH. Of course, I would have preferred to have started the campaign with a signed investment contract for grün versichert.  Unfortunately, the timing around this development didn't work out, and it wasn't possible to delay the campaign; however, this does not change anything regarding our prospects of success.


What's changed since the beginning of the campaign?



The campaign has steered much attention to grün versichert and has resulted in us receiving some requests for interviews. To this end, we've already scheduled our first appointments with various media outlets.  Of course, these interviews help raise awareness to grün versichert without having to invest any additional funds into marketing efforts. Furthermore, through the Oxbow partners, grün versichert has been picked up by one of the most relevant InsurTech blogs from England.  Likewise, a magazine for real estate brokers has already published an article on the campaign.


What's more, the increased attention from the article and the campaign has led to more brokers getting in touch with us who weren't aware of us prior to the campaign's launch. The brokers are happy that they can now offer their customers sustainable insurance products.



On the product level, we had a conversation with a life insurance provider last week. Together, we plan on offering a "grün versichert" disability tariff as well as a "grün versichert" pension insurance product to the market potentially as early as Q4 2017.

What's more, we have an appointment with a health insurance company in April in order to offer sustainable "grün versichert" supplementary healthcare and nursing insurance as well as travel health insurance in the mid-term.


I look forward to the coming week.


Thank you and Kind regards,

Fabrice Gerdes


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