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Plated Project’s Unique Way Of Making A Social Impact

 1 year ago    

  1. Plated Project bags a deal from Sharks Aman, Namita, & Vineeta for ₹75 Lakhs for 3.75% Equity.
  2. Aiming to bring social change in an artsy way, they collaborate with artists and raise funds!

Aligning art and social impact, and bringing a meaningful difference to this world The Plated Project is a creative platform that utilizes art to raise funds for social causes. Turning ordinary plates into stunning and thought-provoking works of art, the Plated Project is a noble mission. Moreover, evolving into a full-fledged mission where artists from across the world come together to create striking pieces of art, Plated Project is impacting the world!

Every plate designed is unique, with its own story and message. From quirky illustrations and abstract designs to thought-provoking messages and cultural references, there is something for everyone. The plates are not just decorative items, but a symbol of hope, love, and unity.

Being more than just an art initiative, the startup is a way to create awareness and spark conversation around social issues. Moreover, this also supports organizations that are working tirelessly to make a difference. The sale of every plate helps fund education, healthcare, environmental conservation, and animal welfare projects, among others.

The founders of the Plated Project with Sharks Aman, Namita, and Vineeta

Pitching the Sharks to join their mission, they seek an investment of ₹75 Lakhs for 2% Equity. Sharks Aman, Namita, and Vineeta offer to partner with the founder to join this journey with ₹75 Lakhs for 3.75% Equity. The founder of Plated Project seals the deal with the Sharks; and aims to create awareness about social issues with art.

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