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Last Week to Invest
There are four more days to invest in NowRx and the campaign is approaching its maximum $20mm round size. Read on to meet Cytonics’ Founder and stay updated on Trust Stamp, Miso Robotics, Caliber, GROUNDFLOOR, and Graze.
NowRx approaching maximum round size & campaign closing this Friday
NowRx is a technology-driven, on-demand pharmacy providing free, same-day delivery. The company has set all-time highs in new customer growth amidst the COVID-19 health crisis and is the company with the most investments currently raising on SeedInvest.
This Friday, June 19th is the last chance to invest – the company has already raised over $16.5mm of its $20mm round. Please note that SeedInvest operates on a first come, first served basis.
GROUNDFLOOR releases new diversification analysis
GROUNDFLOOR recently published the sixth edition of its diversification analysis after performing a stress test analysis on its loan portfolio to analyze the impact of potential adverse changes in the real estate market. The May 2020 Diversification Analysis analyzed over 9,000 investor portfolios to examine the range of returns realized.
Trust Stamp announces approval of €1mm funding to launch subsidiary with Maltese government
Trust Stamp received approval for €1mm of funding from Malta Enterprise to establish and operate Trust Stamp Malta, a wholly owned subsidiary and innovation hub for the company’s growing AI solutions, located in the Republic of Malta. Both parties have identified initiatives of mutual interest such as elevating women in the technology industry and promoting financial and societal inclusion in emerging markets.
Miso Robotics to offer future customers low to zero interest financing to make kitchen robots more affordable
Miso Robotics recently became an approved vendor of TimePayment, a provider of equipment leasing and financing services, to offer low to zero-interest financing to its customers. Using TimePayment, Miso’s goal is to help foodservice operators weather economic uncertainty caused by the lockdowns by lowering upfront costs.
Graze announces new plans for a command center
Aside from the autonomous mower, Graze is planning to develop a software platform that improves operational efficiencies for commercial landscaping companies. The goal of the command center is to allow commercial landscaping teams to remotely coordinate and mobilize fleets to mow at scheduled times and on pre-programmed paths around the job site.
Caliber reports preliminary 2019 financial highlights
Caliber recently released its preliminary unaudited 2019 fiscal year-end results: $9.2mm EBITDA, $6.5mm net income, and $2.9mm operating income in 2019. Caliber’s amendment also includes a discussion of the effects of COVID-19 on the business and the economy. The campaign is now successfully funded.