Soisy, an Italian fintech platform for e-commerce payments in-instalments, is conducting on 200Crowd an equity crowdfunding campaign ahead of a minimum target of 0.5 million of euros (see here a previous post by BeBeez). Soisy raised 0.539 million from 136 investors. The company will close this campaign on 6 January 2019 with an upper target of 0.9 million. The company will invest such proceeds in its organic growth and the expansion of the business internationally. Pietro Cesati and Andrea Sandro, the former head and a director of the risk management unit of BNL, founded the company in April 2016.
On 12 November CrowdFundMe, the equity crowdfunding that Tommaso Baldissera Pacchetti founded, hired Ambromobiliare as financial advisor for raising 3- 5 million of euros through a capital increase ahead of an listing on AIM between December and January (see here a previous post by BeBeez). EnVent is acting as Nomad, while Deloitte and Chiomenti are providing auditing and legal counsel. According to CrowdfundingBuzz database, CrowdFundMe is the second Italian equity crowdfunding platform as since its launch in 2015 it raised resources for 10.4 million. Mamacrowdraised 12.9 million since 2016.
Easyrain, the Italian startup that Giovanni Blandina founded with the support of I3P, the incubator of Turin Polytechnic University, raised 5 million euros through a multi-tranches capital increase (see here a previous post by BeBeez). The company owns a technology that limits the effects of cars aquaplanning on slippery and wet surfaces. Indaco VenturesPartners and Aldo Bianchi Vimercati, a seasoned entrepreneur in the automotive sector, invested in Easyrain.