Promocouponing is a new concept in the UK, but it’s not new in the way that it’s being embraced in the US.
The idea is to encourage women to take a risk by investing in products and services that are deemed to be worth their while.
Promocupons are an extension of this idea, and the new version of the UK-based crowdfunding platform ePromocoup on Kickstarter, is the most ambitious effort yet to tackle the problem of “risky investing.”
“There’s an opportunity here,” says co-founder and CEO of ePromoPoker, Kate MacGregor.
“If you’re a woman and you want to invest in a product or service, you might have a chance of getting something for yourself, and then you could invest in something else that’s worth a lot of money.”
MacGregin says that by offering a “risk-reward” system, the platform will be able to help women to make the right decision about investing in their chosen products.
“We believe that investing in something that is risky will make you a little bit more inclined to give up,” she says.
“You could make a big difference.”
A risk-rewards system could mean that you could earn money when you buy a product, but then risk losing money when your investment is lost.
“The risk is that you can lose money if the product you’re investing in isn’t working out and the price goes down,” MacGregie says.
MacGregor, who works as a software engineer, has been working on ePromokongo for a few months now, with a small team of 15 people.
She says that the company is aiming to raise $3 million by the end of March.
“We want to make sure that the community is incentivised to make a good investment,” she explains.
“That’s the thing that makes it so interesting: if people don’t feel like investing, then we can get a lot more of our money back.
The platform is aimed at women who want to be able go into the business of investing and find out if they’re investing wisely, or if they’ve just wasted a lot.
But it’s also aimed at men too, and it’s aimed at those who are in the business, like MacGregors husband, who wants to do something about a woman who wants money from him, but has no idea what to do about it.
EPromocoppie is based in the United Kingdom, but MacGregi’s husband is based elsewhere, and she has access to her husband’s bank accounts in the States, which is why MacGregis says that ePromos company is also available to people living abroad. “
It could be that she’s been doing it wrong, or she hasn’t been investing enough, or it could just be that her financial situation is just not the right one,” she said.
EPromocoppie is based in the United Kingdom, but MacGregi’s husband is based elsewhere, and she has access to her husband’s bank accounts in the States, which is why MacGregis says that ePromos company is also available to people living abroad.
With the launch of ePubPromo, the UK’s largest platform for ePublishing, in the last few months, Macgregi says that more than 1,000 people have already pledged to support the company, which aims to be the first of its kind in the world.
“This is the first platform where people have actually been able to get in and help fund this,” she explained.
To make the platform viable, ePubpromo has partnered with a number of other UK-focused crowdfunding platforms.
One of the first ones, ePromocoin, is aimed specifically at women.
The platform is a crowdfunding platform that aims to give women access to their money, and offer financial advice to help them make the best decision for themselves.
The team has already received funding from the likes of Gollancz, which helps female entrepreneurs raise capital for their businesses, and ePromOCrump, which gives women the ability to promote their businesses and get more visibility.
Another crowdfunding platform, eAdventures, was launched in November by former Uber driver and entrepreneur Laura Smith, who aims to help female entrepreneurs create business plans and ideas.
The company aims to provide “women-only” opportunities for people to discuss ideas and help them get the business off the ground.
Other crowdfunding platforms that have already launched in the country include The Promocomposting Platform (TPP), which is a partnership between online retailer Amazon, and a women-only crowdfunding platform called The PromoPompo.
And ePromoca is the brainchild of British entrepreneur and entrepreneur Sarah Green, who is also the CEO of the popular online marketing company ProCrowd.
Green says that, while the platform aims to serve as a “safe space” for women to discuss investing, it also aims to enable women to “make the most of what they’ve got