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The startup Graz offers free campgrounds on 300 farms

Graz startupLook at the country It set itself the goal of providing free parking spaces for farm camping friends through a digital platform. With this concept, the startup appeared in April in its 2 Minutes 2 Million startup show (Common topics reportedIt secured an investment of € 45,000. Since its inception, sustainable company registration has doubled to 300 in Schau auf Land. Free parking spaces have increased from 300 to more than 750 since April.

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“Sustainable companies can list themselves for free, present their products and offerings, gain new customers and promote direct marketing through on-farm sales,” says founder Leonard Rosser, explaining the concept of display in the country. The young company, launched in 2020, wants to respond to the growing demand for authentic and natural camping tourism. Additionally, farmers must be able to sell their produce at fair prices.

Users of the country platform can stay 24 hours in the registered farm car park for free. However, you have to pay € 34.90 per year to obtain membership. But you can also visit as many companies as you want by appointment. Among other things, the farm benefits from purchasing regional produce and booking tours, workshops or tastings for travelers.

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“We consciously focus on the inclusion of sustainable businesses in our network. Additionally, we do not see ourselves as an exclusive network of parking spaces, but rather as a communication and exchange platform for responsible camping holidays. The mutual appreciation of all involved is of particular importance to him.”

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In 2 minutes 2 million, investors Hans-Peter-Haselsteiner, Alexander Schütz and Martin Rohla offered a total of € 45,000 in exchange for ten percent of the company’s shares. At the same time as television came out, the startup implemented a reboot of its website and also launched its app. The app aims to make corporate registration and parking searches for camping travelers easier and more mobile. With its concept, Schau auf Land plans to expand into a neighboring country to Austria in the future.