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Tech & Science Startup investment: Super Bike8 moves Hertha professional Davie Selke as an investor on land

07:10  06 october  2022
07:10  06 october  2022 Source:   finanzen.net

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The Hertha professional footballer Davie Selke recently invested in a startup. Among other things, this wants to increase his fame with the well -known investor on board.

ASIF HASSAN/AFP/Getty Images © provided by Finanzen.net Asif Hassan/AFP/Getty Images Bicycle Marktplatz Super Bike8

The startup Super Bike8, founded in 2022, is said to be an online bike marketplace with the largest selection of e-bikes, pedelecs, mountain bikes and others Bicycles that come from bicycle retailers. The company works with more than 200 dealers in Germany and Austria. Customers can choose from several thousand products from bicycle retailers. The selected product is finally checked by fitters and delivered by a freight forwarder. In addition, the marketplace also provides service partners after the purchase if they are needed. By working with the individual partners, the startup does not see itself as a competition for the specialist dealers. On the contrary, through the purchasing concept, the company rather supports stationary specialist retailers.

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Hertha footballer invested in the startup

as recently emerged from a press release of the startup, the football professional Davie Selke playing at Hertha in Hertha invested in the company. "We are pleased that we were able to win football professional Davie Selke as an investor for our innovative marketplace," explains Wilhelm Hanke, the managing director of the startup. The football professional itself adds: "The concept of supporting regional specialist dealers and also marketing a cool lifestyle product convinced me to invest in the company." The 27-year-old football professional also explains another reason for the investment compared to BZ Berlin. "The founders come from my homeland, from the Stuttgart district. The chemistry immediately voted. The sustainability, which is supported by this investment , also fits. An absolutely round, cool thing for me." However, the statement does not show what sum is the investment.

So it should go on with Super Bike8

By supporting the Hertha footballer, the company wants to increase its awareness among customers. The financial resources are to invest massively in online marketing and sales. For interested retailers, there is the opportunity to create a three -month and free test account by the end of the year. The Startup web shops also offer bicycle trading where the respective dealers can sell provision -free.

E. Schmal / Editor Finance.net

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