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VIDEO: What is an Indication of Interest and Why Is It So Important?

In this video, learn about Indications of Interest, just one of the types of offerings you’ll see on our Marketplace.

These offerings known as testing the waters give investors like you a chance to show their support for impactful and compelling businesses. During an IOI, investors can choose to support a project with an investment pledge, but aren’t legally bound to it should the company choose to do a full offering in the future. An IOI is the perfect time for you to show you support a project and encourage climate leaders to open a full offering sometime down the road. Without your support, these projects may not be able to exist. 

Check out current Indication of Interest Offerings that need your support here.


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