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Olover

Equities - IR 2022

  • Decent work and economic growth
  • Responsible consumption and production
  • Action against climate change
Impact category Sustainable living Degree of maturity
Amount collected : € 359 900.00

Presentation

Founded in 2019 by Christophe Reinling and Anne-Sophie Varin, Olover offers responsible electronic equipment by giving a second life to unsold goods from manufacturers and distributors in the sector, as well as the second-hand market. Since the creation of the company, 53.6 million tons of electronic equipment waste have already been generated worldwide (computers, consoles, telephones, screens...). To remedy this problem, Olover identifies these sources and refurbishes the equipment, mobilizing people who are far from employment. The company then sells the recycled high-tech products via its own online platform and through partner marketplaces. This is how it was able to create a coherent brand universe in record time, in which its customers are proud to (re)consume. Since 2019, Olover has "saved" 13,500 products, for a turnover of 1.4 million euros. With its concept now proven with suppliers, distributors and end customers, it wants to democratize its offer by addressing a wider audience. Faced with growing market demand, Olover wants to raise up to one million euros in equity capital, which will be used to improve its own sales infrastructure (website and application) and to expand its teams.

Take part in building a responsible technological future by investing in the consumption and reuse of recycled electronic equipment!

Olover, une entreprise responsable de produits électroniques.
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Financial product
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Financial benefit
Legal structure
Company valorization
% of capital reserved for LITA.co investors
Expected exit
Price per share
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Amount collected
€ 359 900
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Shares

Risks: Investing in young companies presents a significant risk of partial or total loss of the invested amount as well as a risk of illiquidity.