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Invest in Reyets: Social Justice Network

#1 Social Justice Network: Civil Rights Tools, News and Community Network

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Fares interviewed Reyets: Social Justice Network on August 31, 2020. Play Video
Fares Ksebati
Co-Founder & CEO of MySwimPro
says, "Very impactful mission and vision for the company. A grass-roos community approach will be necessary to scale this to a wide demographic beyond initial evangelists. The timing for this product-market fit is very good."
says, "I’d like to see a strong focus on hitting initial partnership and user milestones in the first 12-months. This will be critical to fine-tuning the product offering and scale into new markets more quickly. "

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Executive Vice President, VIRPAX Pharmaceuticals
Invested $25,000 this round + $25,000 previously
The app fulfills an unmet need in the market place. There are no other apps that currently address what has become an emerging issue. There is no more pressing issue right now.  The business model is sound and current projections are conservative. There is a large market for the app and the model allows for easy access for potential customers. It also positions the app for multiple high influencers to endorse and support the use of the app. This will further enhance the value. 

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