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Crazy Money, A brand New App Launched To Connect Start-Up Companies and Potential Investors

Crazy Money, A brand New App Launched To Connect Start-Up Companies and Potential Investors

June 10, 2021 – When new ideas lack funds, the entire world suffers. Thanks to the newly launched Crazy Money app, investors and promising start-up businesses can now meet each other and grow exponentially. Crazy Money is an investment app that allows budding entrepreneurs to pitch new ideas to investors that are willing to spend on viable plans. With Crazy Money, the gap between business owners and investors will be closed immensely to give both parties seamless access to precisely what they need.

New innovative ideas that can change people’s lives are discovered every day, but with a dire lack of funding these ideas die off, and each time society misses a chance to attain new heights. But with the introduction of the Crazy Money app on iOS and Android platforms, the world will finally be a step closer to realizing its potential with innovators and investors coming together under one roof. 

According to a spokesperson for Crazy Money, “Crazy Money allows Entrepreneurs and Startup Business owners to find Investors for their business. Whether you are looking for a new investment opportunity or need funds for your startup or ongoing business. All you need to do is Sign-up and post your project as an entrepreneur.’’ On the app, entrepreneurs can post details of their business and the amount they need in exchange for a certain stake in their company. Interestingly, business owners may even choose to sell 100% of their business if they find a suitable buyer. This could be a major plus for the investor. Investors can, however, bid on the business projects of their choice against other investors to provide funding. When the Entrepreneur selects an Investor, the Crazy Money Team then goes ahead to schedule further negotiations between the two parties. ‘‘Just like every other business and investor relations, certain conditions may apply,’’ the spokesperson added.

On the Crazy Money app, users or businesses can specify how much investment they need and let interested investors bid for their collaboration. The team at Crazy Money revealed that there are boundaries to the kind of businesses and ideas that they support via the app. Users only have to upload details of their projects, share relevant presentations, videos or brochures, and pitch their ideas. Fashion brands who are seeking to launch a new clothing line or even revive an old one can create an effective proposal to draw investors. Crazy Money is here to assist every business owner in finding the investment they need to launch their products and services.

Once the business owner, start-up, or entrepreneur has created the pitch, investors are notified and can begin bidding. The good part is that the user has the privilege of picking an investor of their choice.

As a contribution to budding entrepreneurs and investors, the team at Crazy Money made the app free for use to all. Business owners can now open an account on Crazy Money and get started for free. Led by Miss Sapna Rajput, the platform only charges a meager commission on successful deals. Miss Sapna Rajput, a US-based developer, revealed that he invented the Crazy Money app with the aim of helping people with innovative business reliable investors to take up stakes in their startups.

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