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By Kai

Companisto hat bereits 200 Companisten - und es werden mehr!



Liebe Companistinnen und Companisten (dazu gleich mehr),

Ihr seid schon ganz schöne viele! Und genauso sollte es auch sein.

Obwohl ja noch Anteile an Companisto vorhanden sind, haben sich an uns mittlerweile über 200 Companisten beteiligt. Das ist ein einmaliger Wert in der deutschen Crowdinvesting-Landschaft; an keinem über Crowdinvesting finanzierten Startup waren bisher mehr Mikroinvestoren beteiligt.

Das freut uns ungemein, nicht nur weil es darauf hindeutet, dass durch den Verzicht auf eine Mindestinvestitionssumme tatsächlich sehr viel mehr Interessenten angesprochen werden können als bisher. Jeder soll in gute Ideen investieren können und Startups in der Frühphase sollen so viele Förderer wie möglich haben. Gemeinsam verhelfen wir guten Ideen zu mehr Durchschlagskraft.

13,9% aller an Companisto beteiligten Companisten sind übrigens Frauen; ein so ungewöhnlicher wie begrüßenswerter Umstand für eine Crowdinvesting-Plattform. Aber damit geben wir uns natürlich noch nicht zufrieden, Ladies!

Die durchschnittliche Investitionssumme in Companisto liegt momentan bei fast 250 Euro.

Noch könnt Ihr Euch an Companisto und natürlich auch an doxter beteiligen. Wir danken Euch!

Viele Grüße

Euer Companisto-Team


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