• Industry: Real estate, Startups
  • Type: P2P lending
  • Min. investment: 100
  • Country: Austria
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Zmartup Verified platform

zmartup stands for the possibility of financing innovative business ideas using a crowd-financing platform and subsequently realizing them with advice on all business matters.

Key information

  • Interest rate 7
  • Secondary market Yes
  • Registration number FN 507418d
  • Languages German
  • Address Frikusweg 2, 8141 Premstätten, Austria
  • Who can invest? Companies (GmbH,..)

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