SoundCloud, a popular music platform based in Berlin, reportedly may go bankrupt if shareholders aren’t convinced to sign a deal during a meeting Friday.
Investors received a flyer from the company notifying them of the restructuring proposal, and asking whether they would accept or reject it, according to Dan Primack of Axios, who referred the meeting as “do or die.”
The reorganization plan would grant SoundCloud with $169.5 million worth of investment “at a $150 million pre-money enterprise valuation.”
The latest cash grab isn’t the first time the company was on the brink of bankruptcy. It reportedly raised $70 million in debt funding earlier in the year from venture capital firms and funds like Ares Capital, Kreos Capital, and Davidson Technology Growth Debt Fund, according to Business Insider. Potentially new investors include Raine Group and Temasek.
If the investment money doesn’t come through, it could be hard for SoundCloud to recover.
CEO Alexander Ljung suggests, according to Axios, that the company would not be able “to continue as a going concern.” (RELATED: Employees Did The Unthinkable To Save Ford From Bankruptcy, Chairman Says)
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