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By Christian Doberschütz

fotovio Acquires Large Order of € 45,000!



Dear Companists,

Since the start of the equity-based crowdfunding campaign, we have received a lot of positive feedback. But read for yourself!


Large Order

Today, we are glad that we may make a very positive announcement: fotovio has acquired an order worth EUR 45,000! The customer is a globally active retailer in the fashion industry. By means of this order, fotovio emphasizes its goal of generating revenues of EUR 284,097 this year.


Increased Awareness due to Campaign

Since the start of our equity-based crowdfunding campaign, we have received numerous inquiries from potential customers. We are already in negotiations with a large Italian distributor that wants to sell our memory stickers in Italy. From Germany, we have received, among other things, the inquiry of a large gift manufacturer that wants to license our fotovio QR codes.

From the Companists, we have even received a very good contact at the management level of a large German book retailer. Thanks for providing this contact to us! 

We are glad to receive your suggestions! You may also contact us directly via email:


Thanks a lot for your support. We hope that you will also read our next update.

Best regards,

The fotovio team



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€ 148,640




8.04 %

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The acquisition of this asset involves considerable risks and can lead to the complete loss of the assets used.

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