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crowfunding

Postby patycha » Fri Aug 05, 2016 4:55 pm

HelIo Everyone!! I wonder if anyone knows companies who are working with crowfunding or crowinvestment in Lima.
I am planning to expand my company, and need some investors for this purpose.
Thank you for your comments.
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Re: crowfunding

Postby Polaron » Sat Aug 06, 2016 9:26 am

I've always known that crows are very intelligent, but I had no idea they had the capacity to ask for funding.
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Re: crowfunding

Postby patycha » Sat Aug 06, 2016 10:19 am

Thank you for your comment, Hope you have a great day.
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Re: crowfunding

Postby Andywalters » Sun Aug 07, 2016 2:52 pm

Hi Patricia,
I think Polaron might be playfully pointing out that it is crowDfunding (haha Polaron, I was tempted to write something myself!). If you really want crowdfunding then you would be best off using the numerous websites available globally, I wouldn´t just limit yourself to Peru. Alternatively you might want to look for a VC in Peru or maybe just a good old fashioned bank loan, if the business is sound enough why give away valuable equity!
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Re: crowfunding

Postby Polaron » Sun Aug 07, 2016 7:17 pm

Andywalters wrote:Hi Patricia,
I think Polaron might be playfully pointing out that it is crowDfunding (haha Polaron, I was tempted to write something myself!). If you really want crowdfunding then you would be best off using the numerous websites available globally, I wouldn´t just limit yourself to Peru. Alternatively you might want to look for a VC in Peru or maybe just a good old fashioned bank loan, if the business is sound enough why give away valuable equity!
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You're spot on Andy. No harm meant Patricia. :mrgreen:
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Re: crowfunding

Postby patycha » Thu Aug 11, 2016 5:51 pm

Polaron & Andy: I am happy that I made you laugh. It is good to laugh at the expense of another. It gives you power.
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Patricia

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Re: crowfunding

Postby Andywalters » Sun Aug 14, 2016 4:08 pm

Chill out Patricia, there was no malevolence in either of our comments, a little harmless ribbing, perhaps that didn´t come across in the writing. I simply explained where your error was and then gave the advice you requested. With respect I think you´re being a tad sensitive.
Ps by putting hugs after your message doesn´t soften your remarks it simply makes them passive aggressive.
Pps I hope my advice pointed you in the right direction
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Re: crowfunding

Postby susana » Thu Feb 16, 2017 12:54 pm

Hi Patricia, crowdfunding is a very good option to attract investors , also it helps you to measure the market of your product.
I am considering working with kickstart may be an option for you as well..
Good luck !
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