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Freeda Media creates original premium content designed for all screens and social platforms dedicated to the relevant passions, cultures, and news to young women.  The team is composed of over 150 people, spread around Italy and Spain, who create content and share experiences dedicated to a community of +4m women every day.
 
Freeda Media creates original premium content designed for all screens and social platforms dedicated to the relevant passions, cultures, and news to young women.  The team is composed of over 150 people, spread around Italy and Spain, who create content and share experiences dedicated to a community of +4m women every day.
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In 2019, Freeda Media announced it had raised another $16 million from existing investor [[Alven]], [[Endeavor Catalyst]], and [[UniCredit]].<ref>[https://techcrunch.com/2019/09/09/freeda-raises-another-16-million-for-its-media-brand-for-women/ Techcrunch: Freeda raises another $16 million for its media brand for women]</ref>
  
 
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Latest revision as of 02:42, 10 September 2019

Freeda Media, founded in 2016 in Milan, Italy by Andrea Scotti Calderini and Gianluigi Casole, is a digital media brand for entire generations of women. Their mission is to spread real women’s stories to inspire positive change and impact society at large by promoting women’s achievements, inspiring personal style, and celebrating sisterhood.

Freeda Media creates original premium content designed for all screens and social platforms dedicated to the relevant passions, cultures, and news to young women. The team is composed of over 150 people, spread around Italy and Spain, who create content and share experiences dedicated to a community of +4m women every day.

In 2019, Freeda Media announced it had raised another $16 million from existing investor Alven, Endeavor Catalyst, and UniCredit.[1]

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