Equity crowdfunding platform FundedByMe launching in Mexico.
FundedByMe, the Nordics’ largest equity crowdfunding platform, is launching operations in Mexico. This marks the crowdfunding platforms first local presence in the Americas and follows its strategic path of being a global presence in crowdfunding.
"We love the thriving startup environment of Mexico. The investor community is huge and we obviously also love the potential as a gateway to the massive latin community and proximity to the US market that is starting to show traction after recent changes in the law. Our new partner in FundedByMe Mexico is well connected and shares our passion that every entrepreneur should have the best chance ever to become The Next Big Thing and everyone should be able to invest in that potential next Unicorn. We bring a pool of global investors to the table that are looking for exciting new opportunities to invest." says FundedByMe CEO and co-founder Daniel Daboczy.
FundedByMe Mexico will be headed by Raul A. Hernandez who has a background in investment banking and the telecom industry.
"Working and partnering with a proven global leader is always very exciting, particularly when building an industry with exponential growth opportunities. Latin America is a large region with a great appetite for change and is already embracing the great benefits that Crowdfunding offers. We are certain that FundedByMe Mexico will become a major player in reshaping how investors and entrepreneurs interact in the region, resulting in increased and more efficient investment, business and employment opportunities for all" says Raul A. Hernandez.
FundedByMe currently also operates joint ventures in Finland, Malaysia and Singapore and is in negotiations to launch in several other markets. The company is interested in forming partnerships in additional markets, in particular Japan, Germany and the Netherlands, and would love to hear from entrepreneurs who want to collaborate with FundedByMe.
For further information contact:
Raul A. Hernandez, FundedByMe Mexico