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By Nora-Vanessa Wohlert & Susann Hoffmann

Final Stage of the EDITION F Campaign: What We Have Achieved since the Campaign Launch

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Dear Companists,

We are preparing for the final campaign stage of EDITION F on Companisto. Until Friday, you will still have the opportunity to invest in our company. We are simply overwhelmed by the feedback from you Companists.

Indeed, you have not only invested money, but have also supported us by sending us an incredible number of ideas and much feedback. Some of you published their first articles on EDITION F, whereas others introduced us to interesting customers for native advertising and for our job market as well as to investors that may become relevant in the future. In fact, we have already started negotiations on a follow-up financing round that we want to complete as early as this year.

We are very grateful for your support! Please help us make the final stage of our campaign successful through your investments and by telling your networks that investments in EDITION F will still be possible until Friday.

The EDITION F team,
Susann & Nora

 



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EDITION F GmbH
Brunnenstrasse 142
10115 Berlin
Germany

Email: investor-relations@editionf.com
Website: www.editionf.com
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