Pnü Corp. is raising a pre-seed round via SEC Rule 506(c) permitting general solicitation and via SEC Rule CF on the equity crowdfunding site Wefunder.com.

Interested in owning a piece of the exciting future of Cocktail Creation? Read on to determine whether you should invest directly or via Wefunder.com!

Pnü Corp. is raising a pre-seed round via SEC Rule 506(c) permitting general solicitation and via SEC Rule CF on the equity crowdfunding site Wefunder.com.

Interested in owning a piece of the exciting future of Cocktail Creation? Read on to determine whether you should invest directly or via Wefunder.com!

You can invest in Pnü Corp!

Accredited Investors

If you meet the requirements below for Accredited Investors and would like to discuss investing, please contact us:

Email: tyler@pnumix.com
Phone: 719-323-3855

To qualify as an Accredited Investor, you must meet one of the following criteria:

1. Income over $200k (individually) or $300k (with spouse/partner) in each of the prior two years, and reasonably expects the same for the current year.

2. Net worth over $1 million, excluding primary residence (individually or with spouse/partner)

Non-Accredited Investors

Not an Accredited Investor? No Problem!

We’re also raising via an equity crowdfunder on Wefunder.com! Anyone can invest for as little as $250 and own a piece of Pnü Corp. ​

Detailed information about the investment opportunity and our plans for Pnü Corp. can be seen on our Wefunder page.​

Feel free to contact us on our contact page or through the Wefunder page with any questions you may have about investing in Pnü Corp.

Click here for important legal disclosures.

Did you know that for 80 years you and I were not able to invest in early-stage private companies?

It’s a long story that goes back to rules that were created in the 1930s to protect investors after the stock market crash. The rules made sense at the time, but these rules ended up prohibiting non-millionaires from participating in the wealth created by these companies.

Then Congress passed the JOBS Act of 2012 and changed the rules to allow everyone (not just millionaires) to invest in private companies like ours – and for as little as $100 – via new investment crowdfunding rules.

No it isn’t. Investment crowdfunding is different from other types of crowdfunding because it is centered on ownership. Contributions made via investment crowdfunding aren’t donations (like GoFundMe) or pre-sales (like Kickstarter & Indiegogo).

With investment crowdfunding, everyday people like you and me can own a piece of the private companies we love.

When investing in public markets, in most cases, you have the option to buy or sell their shares every working day i.e liquidity. In the private market, you cannot sell your shares on any day you choose.

Your return on a private company investment is often realized three to ten years down the line when the company has a ‘liquidity event’. This happens when they go public or are acquired by a larger company.

What you get in return for the lack of liquidity (ability to trade shares) is the opportunity for a far greater overall return on your investment. When investing in the public market you hope to double your money 10-20 years after putting it in – i.e a 2x return. When investing in private companies you hope for a 10x or more return on your investment within three to ten years.

Like anything in life, with higher upside potential, you also have a higher downside risk – i.e. your investment could also equal $0 in three to ten years. Just like in the stock market, no investment is ever a guaranteed win. (You should only invest as much as you have the ability to comfortably lose).