Electric car lease firm WeVee is seeking crowd funding in order to expand its business.
So far, the company has reached 76% of its target of £850,005 thanks to more than 300 investors.
The company knows that the all-electric revolution will happen only if it is a collective effort and that it is why WeVee decided to look into crowd funding, according to Chad Warner, CMO of WeVee.
“We are broadening our investment strategy to align with our belief of ‘Together we’re electric’,” he said. “The core strategy of the business was to look out for the consumer and help them confidently make the switch to electric so that together we can all make a difference in our communities.”
WeVee is a next-generation leasing broker focusing only on electric cars, a modern shopping platform that brings every EV into one place. The service is designed so that drivers that are looking to switch can easily browse every model, by every make, compare them, get all the pricing, configure a lease and speak to “the best EV experts” they’ll ever meet (apart from us at WhichEV, of course).
The goal of the company is to give the best customer service possible and ease up the transition to an all-electric vehicle according to Warner.
“Customer by customer we are creating an informed and empowered group of drivers that will advocate EVs – banging-on about their benefits to their family, friends, neighbours, colleagues, personal network and even the person on the street,” said Warner. “With every driver we put on the road, we create another advocate that knows that it’s only together that we can make this change happen.”
WeVee is thrilled to letting everyone be a shareholder of a company that is founded on the idea of coming together to make a great change, according to the CMO.
“And now in our second round of funding, we are continuing our mission to include everyone in the switch by inviting everyone to invest in WeVee,” said Warner. “To fund our next stage of growth with anyone and everyone that believes that when we all come together to make change, it’s electric.”