by Reuters Editors – AUSTRALIA The maker of a friend tree maker will make more friends around the world, after its first successful launch in Asia.
FriendTree, which is based in Adelaide, South Australia, has raised more than $10 million through a crowdsourced crowdsourcing campaign on the website Indiegogo.
Friend Tree’s CEO James Taylor said he hoped to make more than 100,000 friends in the first year after its launch in Australia, the U.S., and New Zealand.
Friend tree makers are able to create a tree that can be shared with anyone.
The trees can be used for a variety of purposes, from making friends to buying and selling items, and can even become a place to make holiday memories.
Mr Taylor said the company was keen to create new opportunities in the developing world.
“It’s an opportunity to see the world from a completely different perspective,” he said.
FriendTree is an Australian company that was founded in 2004. “
This is something that will be shared around the planet and it will be a great way to show people what is possible.”
FriendTree is an Australian company that was founded in 2004.
The company has since expanded internationally.
The firm has been involved in developing products in Asia since its founding.
In its most recent update to the Indiego campaign, FriendTree said it had raised $2.6 million from investors.
The startup had originally planned to launch its product in India and the U and China.
However, the company’s founder and chief executive, Michael Moore, was moved to relocate to Australia after it became clear FriendTree would not be able with its existing facilities.
Mr Moore said the success of FriendTree’s campaign in Australia had opened a new chapter for the startup.
“We were just really lucky to be in Australia and to have a community that really wanted to see us grow and take our product forward,” he told ABC News.
“The community has really been behind us.”