On Monday we launched our 2014 Reader Survey. Contained within was the little announcement that we’ll shortly be offering our readers the opportunity to buy shares in Blue & Green Communications Limited, Blue & Green Tomorrow’s ultimate owner. In just 24-hours we had £53,000 offered.
To date, the business has been funded through founder funds, generous sponsorship and the kind donations of readers. Did you know that if everyone reading Blue & Green Tomorrow this month donated £10, we’d be fully funded for a year!
Own a share in the fastest growing sustainability magazine in the UK
But now we need to raise more capital to fund our highly ambitious and exciting growth plans. And that’s where you come in as a reader and potential shareholder.
If you would like to receive a copy of the B&GC Limited Share Offer Prospectus when it becomes available, complete the survey and enter your email at the relevant page (page 5). In addition, to help us secure match funding from other organisations and institutions it would be useful to know the level of investment you would consider, assuming an annual dividend of about 5% on the money invested. Obviously, you don’t have to tell us at this stage, but it’ll help! No commitment at this stage, just a sensible guide for us to talk to other people about.
You can complete the survey here, or copy and paste this URL into your navigation bar https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/bgtreadersurvey14.
Please note – this is only an early opportunity to register interest in receiving the prospectus. In accordance with the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000, Blue & Green Communications limited does not provide regulated investment services of any kind, and is not authorised to do so. Answering this question in the survey should be not be deemed to constitute advice, recommendation, or invitation or inducement to buy, sell, subscribe for or underwrite any investment of any kind. Any specific investment-related queries or concerns should be directed to a fully qualified financial adviser.
Investments of this nature carry risks to your capital as well as potential rewards – like helping save the planet!
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