Rydies | Updates

By Andreas Nelskamp

Rydies Live Q&A on 20.09.2018 at 6.30 pm


Dear Companists,

Just in time for the start of our financing campaign on Companisto we would like to answer your questions during a live Q&A.


We invite you to a video chat:

Date Thursday, 20.09.2018 at 6.30 pm
Link to the video chat



Rydies - Video Chat


Participation is very easy: follow the registration link, enter your e-mail address and name and the profile is ready. The confirmation e-mail will take you to the conference room.

You can easily and quickly register for the broadcast at any time, before and during the broadcast, and join the conference room.

The transfer is compatible with all browsers, you do not need to download any software or app.

In the video chat you can enter your questions in the chat window visible to all and we will answer you directly (live to see and hear). The video chat is scheduled for approx. 1 hour, depending on the participation.


We look forward to your questions, see you on Thursday evening.

Andreas Nelskamp & Birger Holm


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