ASSO LAIDO

CEO

ASKO ANT

Head of Investor Relations

+372 555 34 001
asko.ant@www.investoriteliit.ee

HENRIK HAL

Head of Investor Relations

+372 55534005
henrik.hal@www.investoriteliit.ee

TEAM

The people in Investoriteliit have decades of experience from different fields and management levels, and a wealth of knowledge and skills.

ALJONA ŠMATTŠENKO

Procurement Manager

ELAR JETS

Procurement Manager

ANNIKA URM

Procurement Manager

RISTO VALGE

Procurement Manager

MART RAMMO

Procurement Manager

KÜLVI KANNEL

Procurement Manager

OLEG DJAKONU

Procurement Manager

TOOMAS KAPSTA

Procurement Manager

MARINA SVEDOVA

Procurement Manager

HENRI ROIHU

Procurement Manager

ELISABETH KERB

Procurement Specialist

HELLIKA JOOSUA

Procurement Specialist

RAINE ROOS

Procurement Specialist

 

REVENUE AND SOLUTIONS!

The goal of Investoriteliit.ee is to mobilise small investors and make investors aware that investing in start-ups and new businesses is a real possibility. Specifically, investment in their early stage of development. Today, the word "investing" is immediately associated, without further thought, with securities and shares.

Investoriteliit.ee wishes to offer alternative outputs and balance it with other options:

  • Rental apartments, cash-flow rental premises, business expansion to the EU and the need for equity in the EU.
  • Provide business owners with assistance in buying and selling mutual units and financing their operations. Anything related to “small” money and inconvenient operations that banks cannot or do not want to deal with today for some unfathomable reason.
  • The prospective goal of Investoriteliit.ee is to establish a new joint financing portal that deals with both loans and equity. Money would go to companies that meet the set criteria.

Anyone familiar with the basis of the financing of large banks knows that in most cases the company receives funding either when they no longer need it or if they have a lot of real estate. However, if you are an architect, for example, and have 3-4 colleagues then, according to today’s funding logic, your company is essentially worthless.

Is it really?


 

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