• Industry: Real estate, SME
  • Type: P2P lending
  • Min. investment: €50
  • Country: Italy

Relender

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The world’s first “reconversion crowdfunding” platform, Relender seeks to raise funds that give new life to communities and its surroundings. Through its highly-rated advisory service, the company designs and manages all aspects of the complex industrial reconversion process. Direct innovative investments start from €50.

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