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Seedrs is a new English online platform in Portugal (from London) for discovering and investing in startup companies. That platform makes it possible for people to invest as much or as little as someone like in the startups they choose through a simple, online process. Seedrs let startup businesses raise seed capital seamlessly from friends, family, members of their communities and independent investors.

Two core objectives:

Transform the startup world by giving entrepreneurs a platform to leverage their friends, family and existing base of supporters to collectively raise investment. These investors represent a large new pool of capital and can act as mentors, supporters and advocates for these young companies. Give ordinary people the opportunity to invest in the startups they choose to:

  • get exposure to the returns from a portfolio of startup investments;
  • enjoy the excitement of being part of young, high-growth – but often as well – high risk businesses;
  • and help friends, family and community get their business ideas off the ground.
Actual case:
https://www.seedrs.com/startups/agroop Contactos
Agroop: CEO – Bruno Fonseca, Covilhã
Target: € 75.000, 5%
E-mail: geral@agroop.net
Website: www.agroop.net
Telemóvel: 351 965 379 366 Website: www.agroop.net
Para mais informação:
Portugal Seedrs Limited • Rua Aprígio Mafra 17, 2ºE • 1700-051 Lisboa
support@seedrs.com
www.seedr.com

About the author

Uwe Heitkamp, 53 years old, started working after university in daily newspapers and from 1984 on in public tv broadcasting companies such as WDR (Collogne), NDR (Hamburg), SDR (Stuttgart/Baden-Baden) in the ARD (first programme), wrote several books and directed the cinema movie about the anti nuclear movement in Germany in 1986 (Wackersdorf). After emigration in 1990 he founded 1995 the trilingual weekly printed newspaper “Algarve123”  and later the online edition www.algarve123.com. Heitkamp lives for 25 year in Monchique, Portugal. He loves mountain hiking and swimming in streams and lakes, writes and tells stories of success from people and their sustainable relationship between ecology and economy. His actual film “Revolutionary Roads” tells the 60 minute story of a long walk crossing Portugal. 10 rural people paint a picture of their lives in the hills of the serra and the hinterland. The film captures profound impressions of natural beauty and human life. Along which path is the future of Portugal to be found? (subscribe to ECO123 und watch the documentary in the Mediatec)

 

 

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