Our second fundraising period has staRted – Join our journey !

You may have read in the news that we have raised $2.7 million in a successful Series A fundraising round in 2015. We are now raising an additional minimum of $2.5 million to intensify our international development. At this point in time, we have secured a part of this round, and we now open a public investment period.

Why should I consider investing?

Since its inception in 2010, AVENISENSE has worked on building what is now considered as the best combination of miniaturization, integration and robustness when it comes to fluidic properties sensors. And it is not only about design, it is also about building the right manufacturing tool, debugging all aspects of innovation and empowering the talents who now lead our business’ operations.
During the last 2 years, AVENISENSE transitioned from selling sensor-based engineering to recurrent hardware sales, with a focus on largest customers worldwide: we now face very exciting sales development opportunities. During that period we also overcame industrial scale-up challenges and obtained the majority of the certificates we targeted for the use of our products in hazardous areas. It has been a tough yet fantastic period that has moved us one step further in our mission.

Our mission

Our goal is to enable our customers to save collectively $1bn/year in operations while writing off 20 million tons of CO2 at the same time. This is like removing 4 million cars from the streets, equivalent to the natural work of 20 million acres of forest. We know we have the best products for that. And you can join our cause.

As an energy transition company, we’re on a mission to reduce the environmental impact of fossile fuel burning activities while lowering the cost of clean energy sources to boost their deployment. We want to contribute to a balanced – and realistic – energy mix, that will ensure worldwide peace and gradual move towards cleanest techniques. We believe that solar, wind, hydrogen… and fossile fuels can coexist in a smart way – each having advantages, depending on where, how much, and when energy is demanded.

We are already active in the marine, land and air transportation, in the power generation, where our embedded devices provide valuable information in regards fuel management and lubricant condition. We improve our clients profitability by lowering the cost of waste, optimizing the cost of operations, improving the safety of their activities, all that reducing their environmental impact.

We now want to reach the next level. We will enhance fuel dispensing around the world and be more involved in the BRIC, Central and Eastern Africa and South America, where the demand is very strong. We also want to intensify our presence in clean power in the US & Asia and penetrate in further depth the aviation & marine business, launching IoT-based solutions for largest sensor deployments.

How can I pre-register?

Please use this link and send us a message. We will revert to you with more info and together, we will qualify the opportunity of becoming teammates.

How do I make a return?

Investors will receive shares in AVENISENSE in exchange for their investment. If AVENISENSE makes an exit further down the line via an IPO or a trade sale, if the company’s valuation has increased then you could make a profit on your investment. When investing in early-stage businesses like AVENISENSE, investors should assume that their shares are illiquid and that there is no simple way to sell shares until there is an exit event like IPO or trade sale.

What are the risks of investing in equity? 

All investments carry varying degrees of risk, and investing in early-stage and growth-focused businesses is no different. The main risk associated with investing is that the business will simply fail, and investors won’’t get their money back. Illiquidity is another consideration because, even if the business succeeds, investors are unlikely to receive dividends or be able to sell their shares for a number of years. There is also a risk of dilution: if a business requires further capital in the future (a highly likely scenario), and issues more shares in exchange for that capital, the percentage of equity held by earlier investors will decrease.