Stockholm, 24 November 2015: Swedish administration solution eAktiebok and FundedByMe have partnered to simplify life for crowdfunding entrepreneurs and their investors. While crowdfunding offers entrepreneurs capital, marketing and a chance at success, it often does add a lot of administrative requirements on already overloaded business owners. eAktiebok systemizes and automates a large proportion of the administrative process of adding new share owners, reducing the company’s need for specialist assistance and time spent on administrative tasks.
“Our main aim is to simplify business in Sweden for entrepreneurs. The administration involved in running a company can be cumbersome and ownership issues are an important part of the company’s management, with clear legal requirements,” says Mikael Renck, CEO and founder of eAktiebok. “We take a complicated and intricate process, making it simple and paving the way for entrepreneurs who may otherwise feel ambivalent about taking new owners on through crowdfunding.”
In addition to the digital service, which matches the online crowdfunding platform offered by FundedByMe, eAktiebok offers a news service and a communication tool for companies to engage with their investors at a cost-effective rate.
“FundedByMe aims to increase trust and transparency and the eAktiebok service is a natural extention of this, building our eco system with even more good stuff for entrepreneurs,” says Daniel Daboczy, CEO and co-founder of FundedByMe.
FundedByMe is one of the only full-service crowdfunding platforms, offering capital through equity, loan and reward-based crowdfunding. In the past years, some 400
companies and projects from 25 different countries have been successfully funded. The member base is a rapidly expanding network of more than 60 000 investors from over 170 countries around the world. FundedByMe headquarters are in Stockholm, Sweden, with a local presence in countries throughout Europe and in Singapore and Malaysia. For more information, visit fundedByMe.
eAktiebok provides a digital register of shareholders as well as custody account solution to unlisted companies and their owners. eAktiebok further acts as platform for the company’s investor relations. The service is constantly developing with the aim of facilitating entrepreneurs and improve the capital market for unlisted companies. eAktiebok is part of C4G Sweden AB based in Malmö.