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October 7, 2020

BOTS visiting Business Class

Last Sunday Michiel and Colin sat at Harry Mens' table again. The last crowdfunding round isn't over yet, so we joined Business Class again to talk about the possibility to invest in BOTS.

The BOTS app | BOTS visiting Business Class
The BOTS app | BOTS visiting Business Class

The funding route of BOTS

Earlier this month we proudly published a press release in which we could announce that so far we have raised €7.9 million against a valuation of €95 million.

We also shared our goal to move to unicorn status in the short term to join Mollie, Adyen, Airbnb, Uber and Dropbox.

In addition, our main objective is and remains to turn the world of investment upside down. It needs to be fairer, more transparent and more user-friendly.

We can only achieve both goals if we work together. With our team, with our users and with our investors.

Business Class & BOTS

During the broadcast of Business Class, Michiel and Colin not only discussed the progress of the BOTS app, but also why they started BOTS. Last time Harry Mens was already enthusiastic about his own performance as a certificate holder and it turned out that he still is.

Also invest in BOTS?

Investors are still more than welcome at BOTS. Would you like to know more about the investment opportunities? You can register directly via this page, or you can meet us first at one of our roadshows in Haarlem.

"An investment in a potentially multi-billion dollar company is more interesting than an investment in a potentially multi-million dollar company." Thus founder Colin Groos.

Investing is for everyone

Everyone should be able to invest. And now they can. With BOTS. Together we are going to make the world of investment fairer and more transparent. Are you interested, but your question hasn't been answered yet? Take a look at the FAQs on our site. Or contact us, we will be happy to explain it to you in person.

The BOTS app is now live

Download the BOTS app on your mobile phone today! For Android click here, for Apple click here.

There is no such thing as risk-free trading. It is possible to lose (part of) your stake.