Worldwide FM crowdfunding campaign
Worldwide FM is on the spotlight these days with their crowdfunding campaign on Crowdcube. A bold and nice move coming from Giles Peterson, had honcho of the station.
The campaign aims to raise a total of 500.000 pounds, from which, so far, they manage to raise 306,100. For the rest of the money they still have 8 more days left.
So, taking part in the crowdfunding campaign you will become a member of the Worldwide FM family. By investing you will become a shareholder and receive equity in WW FM parent company Mistral Productions. And, signing in to Crowdcube using your existing social media accounts couldn’t be easier and once you’re in you’ll be able to read about, and follow, their campaign.
Visit their pitch page here: crowdcube.com/worldwidefm
Gilles Peterson founded Worldwide FM in Sept '16, based on this belief of a shared global experience & many years of experience as one of the world’s best-known radio broadcasters. The concept behind Worldwide FM is simple yet we see it as difficult to replicate: an international radio station, broadcasting authentic, cutting-edge music from an array of different locations & trusted curators all over the world.
Don't miss the opportunity to become a part of our Worldwide Family.We invite you to take a closer look at what we're trying to achieve at Worldwide FM.We're half way through on our crowdfunding campaign on Crowdcube.By investing you will become a shareholder and receive equity in our parent company Mistral Productions. And, signing in to Crowdcube using your existing social media accounts couldn’t be easier and once you’re in you’ll be able to read about, and follow, our campaign.Follow us to receive updates about the process, the station and see the discussions with other potential investors. To sign in and get more information click here.Visit our pitch page here: crowdcube.com/worldwidefm*Capital at risk.
Publicată de Worldwide FM pe Marţi, 30 iulie 2019
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