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|Company: || Eliport, Inc|
|Corporate Address: || Carrer de Roc Boronat, 117, 08018 Barcelona, Spain|
|Description of Business: || Robotic solutions for delivery and logistics|
$500+ Your name will be listed on our website as a Eliport backer
$1,000+ You will receive an Eliport blueprint poster, plus all of the above
$5,000+ You will receive a 3D-printed scale model of first Eliport robot, plus all of the above
$25,000+ We will put the logo of your business on the side of our first robot prototype, plus all of the above
*All perks occur after the offering is completed.
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Eliport Inc. will offer 10% additional bonus shares for all investments that are committed by StartEngine Crowdfunding Inc. shareholders (with ≥ $1,000 invested in the StartEngine Reg A+ campaign) within 24 hours of this offering going live.
StartEngine shareholders who have invested $1,000+ in the StartEngine Reg A+ campaign will receive a 10% bonus on this offering within a 24-hour window of their campaign launch date. This means you will receive a bonus for any shares you purchase. For example, if you buy 100 shares of Class A shares at $0.30 / share, you will receive 10 Class A bonus shares, meaning you'll own 110 shares for $30. Fractional shares will not be distributed and share bonuses will be determined by rounding down to the nearest whole share.
This 10% Bonus is only valid for one year from the time StartEngine Crowdfunding Inc. investors receive their countersigned StartEngine Crowdfunding Inc. subscription agreement.
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STUPIDLY EXCITED FOR THE NEXT 12 HOURS!
Your support has been fantastic: 40% increase in $ and Investors on board in the last 24 hours
Keep it Up!
Thank you thank you thank you
p.s We'll work on our photo poses for the next round of photos ;)
Eliport crowdfunding campaign is closing in 24 hours! For all of you that like the project and want to invest - hurry up, time is running out!
No Such Thing as Too Much Press
Well, the phrase doesn't go quite like that, but we like to make a statement. So much so that we've been featured in lots of different websites lately, mainly because of our unique approach to solving last mile delivery.
So that you don't have to waste any time Googling these lovely articles, we've listed a few of them below so you can see what's being said about us in the media:
Happy reading :-)
Remember, only 7 days to go! Keep spreading the word people, we hugely appreciate it.
Dmitry & Patrick
The Home Straight
Good morning Eliport Fans,
Last week was hectic. We got our 2nd advisor onboard AND increased the amount of investors on StartEngine from 30 up to 40. Absolutely rocking!
Whether you shared the page with your family and friends, or simply chatted about it with the person next to you on that midweek flight, it's really helped - thank you! We're pushing everything on our SM channels and blog, as well as with our commercial and industrial partners in order to finish with a massive amount of activity.
Just 10 days left.
Dmitry & Patrick
Another Position Filled on the Advisory Board
The Eliport Co-founders are very excited to announce that the German Robotics and
Mechatronics expert, Michael Müller, will join the advisory board as principle hardware advisor.
Michael joined the advisory board the week of 16th April 2018 and has already been providing invaluable insights into the design of the prototype robot. He brings with him a wealth of knowledge and experience from previous roles as an engineer, leader and consultant to Daimler, KUKA and Audi, to name but a few.
Currently based near Munich, Germany, Michael spent much of his early years in various parts of the world working on many different robotics projects. He started out as an apprentice at Mercedes-Benz in Düsseldorf, Germany. It was there that his passion to learn more about mechatronics was fuelled and led to him being one of the first to ever study the subject in an academic remit.
Fresh out of education, Michael went on to hold many different positions over the subsequent years, ranging from being a robot programmer, researcher of automated laser processes, robotic retrofitter of industrial milling machines including 3D construction, support engineer for the automotive industry to being a project leader for medical robotics with over 100 relevant contact persons and head of a research department.
Whilst at KUKA (one of the world's leading industrial robotics manufacturers) Michael was responsible for many projects. Many went on to become commercial products, two of which were in the medical field involving modified industrial robots operating side by side with doctors for diagnostics and caner treatment purposes.
Most recently Michael has transitioned into a more consultancy based role, offering his services to industrial juggernauts such as Audi and Huawei. His focus here has been on rapid development of mechatronic systems using microcontrollers and rapid manufacturing as well as drawing on his influence in the areas of 3D artists, data and AI experts.
The appointment of such a prestigious and accomplished robotics expert to the Eliport board comes just two weeks after the appointment of Lukas Neckermann, the renowned autonomous and smart cities expert. This is a clear sign of their desire to speed up everything in the company's plans: from prototype design and route to market, to securing top talent to help make all of their plans a reality.
Michael is bound to be a true asset to the team and ensure they stay ahead of the quickly evolving robotics curve.
This is an update letting you know that Eliport (we) will be closing their (our) campaign early. The Eliport campaign will officially close on May 4th, 2018. Investors who have not been included in previous disbursements have up until 48 hours prior to this date to cancel their investment.
If you have any questions about your investment, please contact StartEngine at firstname.lastname@example.org.
OK, so now the official stuff is out of the way we can fill you in on the exciting reason as to why we've taken this decision to close early, and be completely transparent in the process!
We've met with a number of consultants now and have it on good authority that we will be able to receive our first funds from public entities in September of this year. This means that we are no longer required to raise as much cash as possible through our crowdfunding campaign, but can instead obtain much "cheaper" money than selling equity of our company.
We also believe that in reducing our time to prototype demonstrations (please ask/email if you'd like more info on this) we will be able to raise our seed round of funding earlier than anticipated, which is another reason for closing the crowdfunding campaign ahead of schedule.
We are so so excited to be able to speed up all of this process and so grateful for all those that have invested so far and will continue to do so until May the 4th (no Star Wars references intended!).
So, please share with your friends and spread the Eliport project word far and wide, we want as many of you onboard as possible for, what will undoubtedly be, an absolutely amazing (and profitable!) journey!
Dmitry & Patrick
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Great Monday Morning News!
After an extensive search and vetting process, Eliport co-founders are excited to announce that
Lukas Neckermann has been appointed as the first strategic advisor to join the Eliport Board.
Lukas will join the Advisory Board of Eliport from April 1st and fill the position of Mobility, Smart Cities and Business Expertise. After lengthy discussions between Dmitry, Patrick and Lukas in order to guarantee a healthy fit between both parties, it can be confirmed that the 1st of 3 advisory board positions has been filled and we are extremely excited to start working very closely with Lukas, who is widely renowned as one of the leaders of his field.
Lukas is Managing Director at Neckermann Strategic Advisors, a consultancy based in London with a focus on emerging new mobility trends and their strategic impact. He has 20 years of leadership experience in automotive, media, and financial services.
He began his automotive career in BMW’s Central Marketing department in Munich, where he codeveloped the first BMW.com website, helped launch the innovative Z8 sports car, and – as an internal consultant – recommended pricing, marketing communication, and positioning strategies for BMW’s brands (BMW, MINI, Rover, Land Rover, and MG).
Lukas joined Allianz in 2002, reporting to the Group’s CEO, Michael Diekmann. He rose through various strategic and line leadership functions at Allianz, including Head of Business Development for Allianz Automotive and Commercial Director and member of the Executive Board at Euler Hermes UK plc, the UK and Ireland’s leading credit insurance company. While at Euler Hermes UK, Lukas led the most significant innovation and strategic change program in 20 years of the company’s history.
He is an advisor to three startup companies besides Eliport: NEXT Future Transportation Inc. based in Silicon Valley, as well as Flock and Splyt, both based in London. He has co-founded Monoventure srl (a real-estate investment company in Romania), MN Innovative Communication Inc. in New York, and Neckermann Ltd in London. Lukas is a Fellow of the Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM), Adjunct Instructor at New York University, and has lectured and taught courses to executives from over 40 countries; he is frequently called upon to give keynote speeches on “The Mobility Revolution”, as well as on topics related to marketing, business development, communication, leadership, and innovation.
We are very excited to have Lukas onboard - we hope that his wealth of knowledge, experience and contacts will help Eliport to stay lean, relevant and sustainable in the years to come.
Hello everybody and welcome to our StartEngine Crowdfunding page!
We are completely overwhelmed to have already raised a healthy base amount of funds and are excited to watch this progress over the coming weeks as we direct more and more people to the page.
A huge thank you to all those that have already committed their money to the project and a thank you in advance to all those that will do so before the campaign ends.
Although there is a limit of $107k stated on the page, we have already agreed that we will raise this up to $450K depending on demand and how quickly we approach the first money limit.
We are working relentlessly to raise additional resources from public funding and grants, to bring on key strategic advisors and speed up every aspect of the project so that we can bring complete autonomy to the last mile of delivery as soon as possible.
So, stay tuned for updates on Eliport's progress that will be posted here, as and when they come in.
Dmitry, Patrick and Giuseppe
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