Crowdinvesting is a form of financing in which private individuals invest in mostly young companies (start-ups). In our case, this is done via so-called profit participation rights. What exactly this means is explained here.
The opportunity for you as an investor is to earn a high return by participating in our potential profit. However, there are also risks in crowd investing: As with any equity investment, investors can lose their money completely if the company is not successful and goes bankrupt, for example.
Furthermore, the founders of Tomorrow are planning on creating an additional seat for crowdinvestors on the advisory board, which will be assigned to a representative chosen by the board. Tomorrow is the first company in Germany to take this step. Rather than being symbolic, this seat will have controlling, voting and co-determination rights just like the Impact Council.