15 June 2021
ALIcrowd has approved the first co-investment of one million euro in Slot, an innovative SME that has revolutionized the world of footwear by combining design, technology and respect for the environment.
Founded in 2013 by the Vecchiola brothers, with a strong family footwear tradition behind them, Fessura is headquartered in the footwear district of the Marche region. Since its foundation it has developed and marketed 3 lines of shoes, with different patented technologies among which the Reflex Line that exploits the plantar reflexology system to make a massage while walking and improve the psycho-physical well-being of the person.
The ELTIF ALICrowd sub-fund set up by Azimut Investments SA, is managed under delegation by Azimut Libera Impresa SGR SpA. With a duration of 8 years and an endowment of 25 million euro, it will be able to support crowdfunding with an average investment of 500 thousand euro on each identified company. Mamacrowd will select the eligible companies to be submitted to the SGR.
Mama Fund & Crowd
The call for action to access ALIcrowd continues. " Mama Fund & Crowd" is aimed at innovative startups and SMEs based in Italy, with a proven business model and ready to scale up. Companies will be able to send here their application until the end of June 2021, the selections by the Mamacrowd team will be contextual to the receipt of the application. In fact, the call for action will allow Mamacrowd to conduct a careful search for opportunities that meet ALIcrowd's criteria and investment policy.
In just two months from the launch of the call for action, numerous applications have arrived on Mamacrowd and have been carefully evaluated by the team of analysts. Only those considered in line with the interests of the investor have been submitted to the committee of ALIcrowd, such as FESSURA and 7 other startups that could find a positive opinion.
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