Over the past three years we have been working hard to build out our mobile application, partnerships, and launching our equity fundraising campaign on Equitise!
I’m incredibly excited to share that AgUnity is raising $1.2 million AUD on Equitise, a leading regulated equity crowdfunding platform that allows anyone to invest in our company. As we started growing the business, we looked into various ways we can raise capital to expand our operations and we believe that Equitise allows us to grow our business in a way that is in line with our mission. Alongside our crowdfunding campaign we are working with institutional investors who are bringing experience and value to the long term future of the company.
Our raise is currently on pre registration online at https://agunity.com/invest where you can learn more about AgUnity and our mission to reduce poverty in developing nations with a financial and secure transaction technology. Any Australian Nationals who registers on Equitise is able to participate in the crowdfunding campaign — Non-Australian do need to be accredited investor to participate in the equity crowdfund.
If you are interested in investing in AgUnity, we would love to have you partner with us for the journey. If you know anyone else who is passionate about changing the life of billions of people, then let them know about our mission!
David, Thomas, and the AgUnity Team
AgUnity Pty. Ltd. is conducting Crowd-Sourced Funding (CSF) on the Equitise (https://equitise.com) platform. This document is not intended to, and does not, constitute an offer or invitation of securities in any place outside Australia where it would not be lawful to make such an offer or invitation. It is the responsibility of the Investor to ensure compliance with all laws of any country outside Australia relevant to any investment in the Company. The distribution of this document outside Australia may be restricted by law and any person who comes into possession of this document outside Australia should seek advice on and observe any such restrictions. The failure to comply with such restrictions may constitute a violation of securities law in those jurisdictions.
Like any investment, Crowd-Sourced Funding (CSF) is risky. Investors may lose their money and the business may not achieve its objectives. You should consider the CSF offer document and the general CSF risk warning (https://equitise.com/warning-statement-au) contained in the offer document in deciding whether to apply under the offer.