Mandira Bedi happy to be one of the 3,000+ investors of Sagoon
The popular actress and TV presenter says the company’s concept of ‘Connect, Share and Earn’ is very unique.brand stories Updated: Jun 15, 2018 13:51 IST
Mandira Bedi, an Indian actress, fashion designer, and television presenter, is the latest entrant to the list of Sagoon’s investors. Her tryst with Sagoon started much before she became a part of Sagoon’s app launch event in New Delhi, in January this year, along with Bollywood starlet Shraddha Kapoor. Playing the title role in the 1994 television serial, Shanti, shown on India’s national channel, Doordarshan, which was the first-ever daily soap on Indian television, she was always the one breaking the status quo. As Sagoon is also among the few companies who are breaking the status quo of social media, it became her apparent choice to get associated, again, but now as an investor.
Mandira has always been very vocal about keeping India first. Watch her saying why she supports Sagoon in this interesting interview. As Sagoon is committed to building a new social world from South-East Asia with India as its launch pad, she did not want to miss this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Sagoon has given a first-of-its-kind opportunity to common people to become an investor in the growth-stage start-up company. Sagoon is qualified by the US Securities and Exchange Commission to accept investments globally, and has already raised funds from 3,000+ investors globally. Earlier, investing in startups was only available to the rich people, but Sagoon’s investment opportunity has given birth to the third force of Internet, i.e. allowing common people to own a piece of the startups they admire.
Mandira appreciates Sagoon’s role in bringing the investment opportunity to the common people of India. Now, when she is amongst the 3,000+ global supporters of Sagoon, she feels that Sagoon mirrors innovation by bringing in a unique and refreshing concept of Connect, Share and Earn. Previously, on the sidelines of app launch event, Mandira had conversations with the Sagoon team, which gave her insights into how focused they are to make social media a productive and knowledge-sharing platform.
Mandira perceives that people in India should utilize Sagoon’s investment opportunity as it has a very low risk involved and is well-regulated, so there’s no harm participating in it. Finally, she has wished luck to Sagoon and its team for creating a new social world order from India.