Cringle 2 | Updates

By Malte Klussmann

Investitionsbank Berlin sponsors Cringle with EUR 625,000

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Dear Companists,

Today we have breaking news for you.

We have only just received the confirmation and therefore decided to delay our planned update for this week. This news has a strong effect on the further development of Cringle and on you – our Companists.

Cringle has secured further financing from the Investitionsbank Berlin (IBB). The investment comes out of the ProFIT fund from the IBB. With the additional capital Cringle will expand its Tech team and drive the technical development forward.

 

Promoting innovative projects

The Investitionsbank Berlin supports innovative projects.

Specifically companies that are present in promising markets are being funded by the IBB. These are companies that have the potential to shape the economy with a lasting impression and reach their innovative goals.

 

Cringle - Funding IBB

 

Let us continue to work together in driving Cringle forward.

Are all of your friends using Cringle yet? Are you paying back borrowed money with Cringle? Your involvement is a massive help to us in writing this common success story.

 

Best regards,

Malte Klussmann



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