Sagoon, a social commerce startup, launched its closing round of mini-IPO for global people to invest in the growth stage of the company. With a vision to create a world where everyone makes money while socializing, Sagoon, is fundamentally strong, brimming with potential, and offer unprecedented returns defying all odds.
Since 2014, Sagoon has witnessed 520% growth in valuation from a modest $2 million in 2014 to the colossal $93 million in 2018. Frequented by 2.3 million users, Sagoon aims to emulate the unbelievable success demonstrated by peers like Byju’s, Paytm, Flipkart, OYO Rooms, and Zomato which have experienced growth in valuation since their launch.
Investment in Reg A + mini-IPO launched by this South-Asian social commerce emerging giant is easy and legally ratified by the US Securities and Exchange Commission.
The two factors that are attracting common people around the world towards investing in Sagoon are:
The invested money goes through due diligence prior to getting transferred to Sagoon’s escrow account, Prime Trust. The Back-end processing of investments is done by FundAmerica, LLC; the Legal Counsel is KHLK LLP and the Transfer Agent is Computershare Inc.
Once the investments are cleared, Sagoon issues a share certificate. So far, Sagoon has raised $4.8 million from 3000+ investors.
It is once in a lifetime opportunity to rise above your financial limitations. The share valuation odds are in your favour.
To learn more, please visit https://www.sagoon.com/invest.
Note from Sagoon: Reserve Bank of India (RBI) in its FED Master Direction No. 7/2015-16 dated 1st January 2016 has invested in the hands of Indian citizens the authority to transact up to 2,50,000 USD in share capital without attracting FEMA violations. Under the Liberalized Remittance Scheme (LRS), Indian residents are free to remit money in the accounts of authorized dealers for current or capital account transactions for every fiscal year (April to March).
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