Crowdfunding is an excellent way to get your business off the ground and one which has risen to prominence over the past 10 years.
Many entrepreneurs consider equity crowdfunding a no-brainer. You have a great idea, an innovative product, and/or a disruptive business model ‒ why wouldn’t the crowd invest?
The craft beer brewer has launched its sixth Equity for Punks campaign and will offer one new shareholder £1m worth of shares
The injection of funds into the crowdfunding platform is a welcome good news story for British fintechs and startups
The Mexican fast-food chain is looking to raise £1m on Crowdcube to support its expansion to 50 UK restaurants in the next five years, as well as its first international outlets
Equity crowdfunding campaigns can bring great rewards to young and growth-stage businesses. Much needed funds, key allies in the form of new investors and a significant boost in brand recognition really help to propel a business forward.
With traditional financial institutions tightening their belts and seemingly throwing away the keys to their vaults around a decade ago, it paved the way for crowdfunding and there’s been no looking back since
From predictive technology to AI, the world of banking is about to change dramatically
The coffee-subscription service is looking to raise £20,000 to bring fresh, high-quality roasts to Nespresso machines
Backing a business you believe in is great; losing your life savings is less so. Fortunately, CrowdRating is bringing confidence back to the crowd