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Status: Expired

Mar 13th 2015 - May 22nd 2015


Klondyker is a media brand which focusses on the people and places who are benchmarking new entrepreneurial approaches. Highlighting stories of solutions and innovation in business, public affairs, social enterprise, it is a magazine and digital platform which serves an outward looking audience. These readers are globally-minded. They are hungry for beautifully presented experiences in print. They already know what’s coming over the horizon - they want to know what comes after that

 

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  • £2,000
    pledged
  • 13%
    of goal

    £15,000
    target

    £135,000
    pre-money valuation

    10.00%
    equity available

    1
    investors

    £2,000
    pledge per investor

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