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Crowdcube equity crowdfunding

AMi crowdcube Here are the stats behind Crowdcube's success so far; the leading equity crowdfunding platform in the UK. Total amount successfully funded £5,333,000 Overview Number of Average Total amount Number of invested in all amount invested: members: businesses funded: pitches: 30,239 39 £2,547 £6,379,630 Successfully Funded Businesses Stage of Growth: Funded pitches: Average valuation Average equity offered Startup IIIIII 31% £382,700 II-I-I--II 22% Early Stage --- - 40% £830,000 IIII-I -- 18% Growth - 29% £2,515,800 I---- II 10% By Category: Creating New Jobs: Estimated Retail IIII---- 12 Number of employees employees 3 years after successful before successful Food & Drink I funding: funding: Professional |||||| 10 237 & Business Services 918 Internet Average investment amount requested: Technology .------ 4 Average investment: Health & Fitness II---- 3 £139,516 £2,547 Leisure & Tourism Largest amount funded: Smallest amount I-----I 2 II-I--I 2 Manufacturing funded: Oil & Gas £1,000,000 £12,000 Sport & Leisure Largest number of investors: Fastest funded: Education Environmental & Ethical I----II1 4 days 394 Film, TV & Theatre --- I 1 Average number of investors: Smallest number IT & Telecommunications II----II 1 of investors: Media & Creative Services ------ 1 1 66 Pitches funded by day: Investments by time of day: Monday 6% Tuesday 6% 08:00 - 12:00 12:00 – 18:00 Wednesday 28% 49% 17% Thursday 23% Friday 20% 18:00- 00:00 00:00 – 08:00 Saturday 17% 19% 4% Sunday 11% Geography of Businesses funded Scotland Businesses that have successfully returned for second round of funding: (100% success rate) Pitch successs rate: 16% North East North West Midlands Wales East Anglia South West South East 22 Investors Entrepreneur Profile Number of members: Average Gender: 30,239 age: Percentage who have invested multiple times: 4 Female 40 22% 35 Male Largest investor portfolio: 22 Youngest funded entrepreneur: Oldest funded Largest single investment: entrepreneur: £100,000 69 Businesses have EIS/SEIS tax relief: 97% Percentage of investors self-certified as High Net Worth or Sophisticated Investors: Three top reasons why people invest in businesses: 44% Escape the City 1 Market Potential Founders: Dom Jackman Rob Symington 2 The Idea 3 The Team Duration Number of investors: 394 of funding: 14 days Escape the City - raised £600,000 in June 2012 to grow their community based website for people aiming to escape corporate life Financial Fairytales Crowdcube Timeline Founder: Daniel Britton Duration August 2008 of funding: 7 days February 2011. Crowdcube platform launched: 1st ever equity- based crowdfunding platform Eureka moment: Crowdcube idea formed! Financial Fairytales raised £20,000 in 7 days for their educational books aimed at children. November 2011 The Rushmore Group raised £lm via Crowdcube: the largest amount ever raised via a crowdfunding platform. 7billionideas December 2011 Crowdcube's total raised reached £300,000 One of the 5 Founders: Dovid Harkin Duration E February 2012 March 2012 Crowdcube funds its of funding: 4 days JOBS (Crowdfunding) Act is passed by President Obama in 11th pitch, raising a total of £2,352,000 for UK businesses in its first year. Number of investors: 7 U.S.A. 7billionideas successfully raised £30k for 15% equity in just four days to become Crowdcube's fastest ever funded business. 7billionideas is a social media plat- form to share everyday fun, thoughtful or creative ideas and inspiring people to act on their ideas. June 2012 I Escape the City turns down offers I from 2 well-known October 2012 VCs & raises Crowdcube reaches £600,000 on 25,000 members CrowdCube in just I 2 weeks. Kammerlings December 2012 Founder: Alex Kammerling Crowdcube raised funding for 22 businesses in 2012, amounting to £2,498,000, smashing the forecast. Funding round 1: 85 investors, £180,000 raised Funding round 2: 69 investors, £325,000 raised February 2013H Crowdcube becomes authorised by FSA. This popular ginseng-based drinks company have raised two lots of finance through us amounting to £505,000 Established in February 2011, Crowdcube is the World's first crowdfunding website that lets ordinary people invest in start-up or growing businesses in exchange for equity. Wogr8 AMi crowdcube Making visual data valuable TH This infographic has been approved as a financial promotion by Crowdcube Ventures Limited, which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Services Authority. Investments can only be made on the basis of information provided in the pitches by the companies concerned. Crowdcube takes no responsibility for this information or for any recommendations or opinions made by the companies. Risk Warning: Investing in start-ups and early stage businesses involves risks, including illiquidity, lack of dividends, loss of investment and dilution, and it should be done only as part of a diversified portfolio. Crowdcube is targeted exclusively at investors who are sufficiently sophisticated to understand these risks and make their own investment decisions. You will only be able to invest via Crowdcube once you are registered as sufficiently sophisticated.

Crowdcube equity crowdfunding

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All the key stats behind the success of the World's first crowd funding website that lets ordinary people invest in start-up or growing businesses in exchange for equity.





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