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Company name: Crowdcube

URL:  www.crowdcube.com

crowdfunding platform Crowdcube
crowdfunding platform Crowdcube

Equity-based crowdfunding platform

Exeter, Devon

The Innovation Centre
University of Exeter
Exeter, EX4 4RN
[email protected]
01392 241319

Co-founders: Darren Westlake CEO, Luke Lang Marketing Director

UK, Brazil, Canada, Dubai, Poland and Sweden

Investing just got exciting. As the world’s first equity-based crowdfunding platform, Crowdcube enables everyday investors to fund British businesses in return for equity in their company.

And it’s working.

Since February 2011, 42,000 savvy investors have registered with us, helping raise more than £12m for over 60 UK businesses*.

Not only that, but we’re expanding fast. With operations starting in Brazil, Canada, Dubai, Poland and Sweden, the future looks promising.

Our ground breaking model lets entrepreneurs bypass the traditional business angel, venture capital or bank route, giving them more control and access to more investors.

For investors, it means they can now cherry-pick a stake in an innovative business that traditionally would have been restricted to corporate investors.

Get in, before you miss out.

*Figures correct as of August 2013
FCA registered (No. 572026)

Web platform where entrepreneurs can pitch for investment from online investors in return for equity.

These businesses are some of the top investment pitches on Crowdcube (as at August 2013): Escape The City £600k, The Rushmore Group £1m, Kammerlings £325k, Lawbit £325k, Ovivo Mobile £414k