FundedByMe releases annual report for 2018
FundedByMe Crowdfunding AB (publ) annual report for the financial year 2018 is now available at www.fundedbyme.com/investor-relations or as attached pdf (in swe).
“Successful ventures and acquisitions focusing on the company’s main segment, crowdfunding, ensured that we, over the course of 2018, had a 60% organic turnover. Beyond this, under 2018 we’ve made several long-term investments on our growth and we look forward to see the result of these investments. The acquisition of Laika Consulting was a very important piece of the puzzle in that strategy. The company also acquired the female investment network Feminvest, that has great potential to grow. These major steps also include the investments we’ve made in the international joint ventures, mainly Dubai where FundedByMe MENA acquired final license approval for launching a crowdfunding platform in Dubai and the UAE region. From a shortsighted perspective, these investments have influenced the result as well as costs connected to the acquisition of Laika and the listing process of FundedByMe:s shares on NGM Nordic MTF,” states Daniel Daboczy, group CEO
For more information regarding the annual report, please contact CEO Daniel Daboczy at +46 73-626 99 85 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Nb. All translations to English have been done for convenience purposes only and shall not be seen as a professional translation
FundedByMe Crowdfunding Sweden AB is a listed tech company, focusing on the financial markets. Today the company offers a digital and global platform for financial support for different startups and growth companies around the globe. The customers sign up online where they are given the possibility to book their investment interest in different companies. The company currently consists of FundedByMe.com, Feminvest, and Laika Consulting, as well as six joint ventures in Finland, Malaysia, Singapore, Poland, The Netherlands, and Dubai/UAE. Together the group reaches over 269,000 registered investment members globally. The company’s shares can be found at for example Avanza (FBM MTF B) or Nordnet (FBM MTF B).