In a bid to accelerate the widespread adoption of electric vehicles in Australia and to support its next stage of growth in international markets, electric car-sharing platform evee has launched its equity crowdfunding campaign.
“With a strong response from retail and wholesale investors on our EOI page, we want to create sustainable growth while matching the same level of experience and customer service our community has come to know,” said evee Founder and CEO Slava Kozlovskii.
“We have just launched in New Zealand and want to make sure this market has all the support for success. From there we have plans to look at the UK and EU as other suitable markets, places where EV adoption is already greater than Australia,” he added.
Through equity crowdfunding, investors will receive a shareholding of the company, essentially becoming a small part-owner.
There will be two stages in the campaign. The first stage is the non-binding expression of interest stage (EOI) which will last until the 28th of March 2023. Interested investors can participate via Birchal. Meanwhile, the second phase or the Investment stage will run from the 31st of March till the 14th of April.
“It is important to embed the EV community and early adopters into our company, allowing them to be instrumental in the growth of the business, as both user and investor,” said Mr. Kozlovskiii.
“This capital raise will get us closer to providing all of the elements to see this happen in a seamless and future focused way,” he added.
Since 2016, evee has been providing an all-electric car sharing platform that allows drivers to rent EVs directly from owners.
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