July 17, 2015
Keezel raises USD $60.000 on Indiegogo for WiFi security device
AMSTERDAM – In 4 days Amsterdam based startup keezel reaches 100% of their crowd funding goal of USD $60.000 on crowdfunding platform Indiegogo. More than 375 people backed the campaign since it went live on monday. A strong signal that people want a secure, free and open internet. With the raised funding, keezel can bring its product to the market. Although the campaign is already 100% funded, it will remain open for backers on Indiegogo for another 37 days.
“We believe that everyone should have access to secure, free and open internet, everywhere in the world and on any device. Security and privacy should be available for everyone, not just the tech savy. With the keezel we want to make a difference. Our campaign backers live all over the world and they are as excited about the campaign success as we are. With the funding of our backers we can bring keezel to the masses.„Aike Muller, co-founder and CEO of keezel
Keezel is the user friendly way to online freedom and privacy for all of us. A device designed in the Netherlands providing secured WiFi at the tap of a button. Using keezel, users can protect their online identity and activities with increased control over their own internet usage. Keezel safeguards personal and business data completely wirelessly. Also, most of us are addicted to TV-shows, sports games and social media but not all content is accessible everywhere, due to geographic restrictions. Keezel allows users to access online content wherever they are.
Keezel is an Amsterdam based company founded in 2015 that believes that the internet should be available for everyone in the same way. Keezel helps everyone enjoy their online freedom. Online freedom means protecting your privacy and security and at the same time enjoying a free and open internet. Keezel is created by experienced entrepreneurs: Aike Müller and Friso Schmid.