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New online community launches for entrepreneurs and investors

Tuesday, 25 November 2014 | By Broede Carmody

A new website has launched to help entrepreneurs and investors succeed in the startup industry.


Learn.Onvest.com is a free peer-to-peer learning platform that focuses on giving advice to emerging and established entrepreneurs and investors. Users are able to sort through advice by topic, as well as search for the most popular videos and articles.


The website is an offshoot of Onevest, an investment platform connecting startups with investors based in the US.


Co-founder and chief executive Alejandro Cremades describes the site as “like Reddit or HackerNews” for startups.


He told Crowdfund Insider its mission was to create “high performing founders” and investors by establishing a robust and vibrant online community.


“It will be a place where early stage investors can strengthen their foundation and knowledge of this emerging investment category to make educated investment decisions,” he said.


“Our goal is for Learn.Onvest to become the go-to learning platform for the startup community.”


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