With over 600 content buyers and 200 plus titles listed on mena.tv, founder Nick Grande hopes to attract more investment to grow the platform through crowdfunding.
Dubai-based TV content platform mena.tv is looking to raise funds to fuel its growth plans and will soon invite industry professionals to become a mena.tv shareholder through the global equity crowdfunding platform Eureeca, BroadcastPro ME can reveal.
The content hub claims to have more than 600 content buyers and 200 plus titles listed on its platform. Details on the web site reveal that it has signed up more than 40 regional and international clients since its launch in 2017 and entered into partnerships with major international trade shows in USA, France, South Africa, Hungary, Egypt and Dubai.
Nick Grande, founder and CEO of mena.tv, and Managing Director of ChannelSculptor, a Dubai-based strategic consultancy, confirmed that the content hub is indeed looking to raise more funds.
“mena.tv is already a vibrant community of TV content professionals. We want to give our members the opportunity to participate in our future growth as mena.tv develops into the global gateway to the MENA region’s TV content industry,” he told BroadcastPro ME.
He confirmed that there will be an exclusive discount for early investors.
The current invitation is for interested parties to pre-register and is primarily an attempt to gauge market interest and involves no financial obligation, he added.