Step into the transformative world of startup financing, focusing on the nuances of crowdinvesting. Learn how harnessing the collective power of the community can not only democratize capital allocation but also foster a balanced and sustainable economic future.
This event will delve deep into the strategies behind successful campaigns, the potential of crowdinvesting as an alternative financing route, and the pivotal role it plays in today’s startup ecosystem. Understand the intricacies, challenges, and rewards that come with community-backed initiatives.
Featuring insights from industry frontrunners, including representatives from OOMNIUM and Moya Kala, this is a must-attend for anyone seeking to navigate the complex waters of crowdinvesting.
Rea Eggli founded her first company at the age of 27. In addition to producing, hosting, and publishing literary content and comedy formats, she also implemented national and international communication projects for renowned clients in the fields of culture and creative industries with a team of up to 10 people. Later, her communication agency merged with WintschPR to become eggliwintsch, where Rea served as Co-CEO until she sold her shares in 2019. Over the past 20 years, Rea founded several more companies, launched brands like #letsmuseeum (which was supported by the Migros Pioneer Fund and still offers a new approach to art and culture), and initiated many new business ventures – some more successful than others. Among other things, she invested her time as a founding partner of Switzerland’s first crowdfunding platform: wemakeit.com. Rea, along with partners and a strong team, launched and developed wemakeit for 10 years and sold it in 2022 for over 7 million CHF to the crowd – the biggest crowd investing coup in Switzerland. She is deeply passionate about sustainable and responsible business practices.
Sabina has been working in the fashion industry for many years, gaining experience at brands such as Hugo Boss and Calida. Following that, she worked at a start-up specializing in equestrian clothing before eventually founding her own company in the field of Strategy & Product Management. At Moya Kala, Sabina handles product development and, being an economist, also looks after the finances. She is deeply passionate about the fashion industry and its global value chain. Even during her university days, she wrote her bachelor’s and master’s theses on fashion, always striving to combine this passion with sustainability. This subject is not new to her, as she has been familiar with it since childhood. Her father, as a Risk Manager, was addressing the consequences of global climate change as far back as the 1980s. Sabina has two children and lives with her family in Zurich.
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