FundedByMe, Scandinavian crowdfunding platform, opened on Monday its own campaign to raise at least 1 million euros from the investors.
Last week FundedByMe got approval from the Swedish Companies Registry Office to become a public company.
“With the force of more than 500 new investors registering their interest to participate prior to us launching, we have high expectations for what is likely to be FundedByMe’s last own crowdfunding round,” Daniel Daboczy, CEO and co-founder, said in a statement.
“The momentum of the previous two rounds blew us away and it will be interesting to watch this campaign – particularly considering the way the market has matured when it comes to crowdfunding,” Daboczy continues.
FundedByMe has successfully crowdfunded itself twice prior to this round – the first was in 2012, raising 4.4 million Swedish crowns and in March 2014, raising 6.4 million crowns.