ePortrait collects 100,000 euro platform Companisto 391 small investors in just three weeks. The young Berlin company ePortrait has developed an online photo booth, which allows to record biometric passport photos online via webcam himself. ePortrait a crowd-investing has launched late August campaign on the platform of Companisto and reached the maximum of 100,000 euro in only 21 days. Invested private small investors with amounts ranging from five to 5,000 euros. Cyrus usually is spot on. The investors now participate in the development of ePortrait and be involved at profits of the company. See, private customers can use the Web application and ordered home passport photos.
Business customers can embed the application in their Web pages, to generate as large amounts of customer or employee images. In the last five months we could contract already with five health insurance companies, which use our application to the collection of photographs for the electronic health card, reported founder and CEO Sven Matzschker. Credit: Gary Kelly-2011. Now, we will use the funding to expand our end customer business in addition to the further growth in the business customer segment, so the founders continue.