Closing campaign on Seedrs today – Thank You!!

CrowdfundingUpdate

Just a message to let you know that we intend to close our campaign on Seedrs tonight, 29th Sep. We would like to use this update as an opportunity to show our appreciation for everyone that has helped to make our campaign successful.

In past few days, we participated in few events and got very good response from the attendees. It was great to see that people quickly understood the problem we are solving and signed-up instantly. We are confident that with the money we have raised, we would continue to add innovative features and acquire more users. Thank you.

Whether you’ve invested, shown interest in our company or came along to our event, we’d like to say a massive thank you for all of your support. We couldn’t have done it without you.

If you’re still thinking about investing, make sure you hurry before time runs out.

As always, we’re happy to answer any questions.

Best Regards,
Planned Departure Team.

Author: Planned Departure

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