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Invest in your neighbourhood and become a Hoplr shareholder
- sharing and lending goods
- searching for a good plumber or babysitter
- organising neighbourhood parties
- launching initiatives
- notices from local services
- getting to know neighbours better
- lost pets
- and so much more...
How Hoplr works
What do you get from it?
- You receive a discount of 20% compared with professional investors
- On conversion, you will become an indirect shareholder via MyMicroInvest Finance
- You will have a listing on our website
- You will be invited to our annual meeting
- And of course, we will also launch Hoplr in your neighbourhood!
What are we going to do?
What do your neighbours think of Hoplr?
So far, I think it’s a gain for the neighbourhood and there have already been some communications with people who I wouldn’t have known how to find otherwise. So I’m very happy with it.
Everything is going fine. I’ve been pleasantly surprised by the level of participation and activity on Hoplr. I also have the impression that there were other local residents who wanted the same concept and I do think that that need is certainly being met. I’m already a fan! Thanks for taking the trouble and lots of luck with the further development!
For example, 36% of the electorate say that they would not mind losing their right to vote, and that is a very high figure.
On Facebook you talk to friends, on Instagram you look at photographs and on Hoplr, you get in touch with your neighbours.’
— Jennick Scheerlinck, Founder Hoplr
‘One way in which some urban administrations are trying to close the gap with citizens is via Hoplr, a social network site for districts and neighbourhoods.’
Hoplr in the press
Hoplr, the most social network. The app designed to help neighbours get in touch with each other again, including offline
Nieuwsblad.be - ‘Ranst municipal authority makes work of social media’
GVA.be - ‘Active neighbourhoods in Olen’
Nieuwsblad.be - ‘Hoplr seeks motivated local residents’
For branding and awareness, we also use Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn and of course our own website hoplr.com and blog.
Hoplr neighbourhoods can arise spontaneously and organically via a neighbourhood founder. If your neighbourhood does not yet exist, you are given the opportunity to set one up yourself. The neighbourhood founder defines the neighbourhood, gives it a name and starts the launch after receiving the free start-up package.
Hoplr neighbourhoods can also be set up in cooperation with a town or municipal authority. In this way, we can guarantee every resident that their neighbourhood exists at the time of the launch. Ghent was the first city for which we launched all neighbourhoods last summer. At present, almost 15% of all Ghent households use Hoplr.
Although we already support a number of neighbourhoods among our northern neighbours, in 2018 we truly want to become established in the Netherlands, followed shortly afterwards by France and Scandinavia.