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By Klaus Attenberger

ambico looks back at campaign

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Dear Companists,

Almost 120 days have passed and since then we've been able to convince over 750 investors of our business model. During the campaign, we received much feedback and have been able to answer many questions and make numerous new business contacts. We counted everything and were able to determine that we:

  • Answered more than 80 requests, comments, and e-mails from the Companists
  • Were contacted by more than 20 new potential providers and manufacturers
  • Fielded calls by what seems like over 100 insurance representatives aiming to sell their services.
  • And received more than 30 interview requests.

 

ambico campaign facts

 

Use of the collected capital

As we touched on in our pitch deck, we're going to use the provided capital in order to take on new product areas.  Some of the items for our new shops have already been shipped out and these will go online as soon as the goods are in storage. We're predominantly focusing on items and products for interiors. The effects from these efforts will clearly be recognizable from our business figures in the second half of the year. Weeks ago, we began implementing the first measures and taking on new business areas.

 

 

Next steps for continuing ambico's development

Another point is also of paramount importance when it comes to expanding our sales activity: Extending our value chain. When we first started out as a business, we were still relying on products from wholesalers and importers. Later, we began importing products ourselves. Since then, we've developed and designed our own products, acquired tools for manufacturing, and worked with service providers that create our products from a wide range of materials exclusively on our behalf. This gives us more independence and allows us to better make plans for our business model, making it more sustainable in the process.

We thank you for all the trust you've shown us and extend our regards from Westhausen.

Klaus Attenberger



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