“Our main aim is to simplify business for entrepreneurs. The administration involved in running a company can be cumbersome and ownership issues are an important part of the company’s management, with clear legal requirements,” stated Mikael Renck, CEO and founder of eAktiebok.
“We take a complicated and intricate process, making it simple and paving the way for entrepreneurs who may otherwise feel ambivalent about taking new owners on through crowdfunding.”
eAktiebok also offers a news service and a communication tool for companies to engage with their investors for a fee.
“FundedByMe aims to increase trust and transparency and the eAktiebok service is a natural extension of this, building our eco system with even more good stuff for entrepreneurs,” says Daniel Daboczy, CEO and co-founder of FundedByMe.
FundedByMe operates in Europe and Asia and claims over 53,000 registered investors having funded approximately 500 companies. FundedByMe offers investment and rewards-based crowdfunding.