We Play Loud (WPL) and its partners are only seeking investors or investment firms with $30,000,000 or more in capital investment from either a private investment group, angel investor or hedge fund in order to continue its growth strategy in the United States; in exchange for an equity stake in WPL.
Any potential investors/investment group can expect to sign a confidentiality agreement and participate in proper vetting to ensure said potential investors hold the necessary capital sought. We are currently not offering individual – one location franchises.
We Play Loud’s management team has extensive experience in the children’s education & financial sector having grown from their inception two major financial service companies in the United States & Canada grossing over $58 million in sales. In addition, its management team created and successfully sold an aviation services concierge company serving over 13 airports in the tri-state NY & NJ area; adding strength to its experience in the customer service sector. Its partners have directly employed and managed over 250 employees in multiple states and countries.
How the process starts:
#1. Fill Out the Form Below.
#2. Our Legal Department will then reach out to you. They will have you sign a non-disclosure agreement w/notary. They will perform a personal credit check. They will request & verify a “proof of assets” check.
If you are an individual investor you will need to provide proof of assets showing $5 Million or more in liquid capital.
If you are an angel investor/investment group/hedge fund our legal team will go over the various asset documents required.
Please understand no information regarding our business, structure, sales volume, etc., will be provided or discussed without a signed notarized non-disclosure agreement, credit check & verification of proof of assets.
If you are a serious investor/investment firm and would like to speak to We Play Loud about why investing in our team/company is smart business with profitable returns please complete the following form below: