Interactive investors have long enjoyed the opportunity to invest in companies via social media platforms, but in the last year, they have had a bit more success getting their money into the real world.
But what if that platform was open to all, allowing investors to engage in real-world investment opportunities?
That’s the premise of a new platform called Interactive Invest.
Interactive investors could take the same approach to investing, and have the opportunity not only to buy shares in a company, but also to become involved in the management of that company.
The platform is called Interactive Investors and it was launched last week, by a team of venture capitalists and investors from various backgrounds.
Interactive Investors allows investors to use their Facebook and Twitter accounts to invest on the platform.
Investors can invest directly in companies or enter into joint ventures, partnerships, or other projects.
Investors are encouraged to share the platform’s mission, mission statement, and goals with others.
Investors will be able to see how their investments have been performing, and will be encouraged to submit feedback on how the investments are performing.
The platforms goal is to create a platform that allows for greater collaboration between investors and investors in the same company.
Interactive Invest also has an open beta program, which allows investors and others to test out the platform and gain a better understanding of the platform before committing to a full investment.
Interactive Investments will be available in the United States and Canada at a later date.
The team is launching its beta program this week and has set a goal of raising $2 million.
The first funding round will be used to purchase a small percentage of Interactive Investors shares in order to fund its launch.
The company will then begin offering the platform for free to investors in a number of countries, including the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Australia, Canada, Singapore, Italy, and the United Arab Emirates.
A goal is set for the next round of funding to allow for additional funding.
The next round will fund the creation of a dedicated platform in Singapore, and then expand to other countries, and to further expand the platform to the United Nations and the European Union.
The founders of Interactive Investments are John F. Johnson, founder of Sysco Ventures, and John B. Hickey, founder and CEO of Interactive Ventures.
Interactive Investors is one of several initiatives launched by the Interactive Investment team, including an equity fund, a hedge fund, and a platform for companies to build their platforms.