We are delighted to have raised over £1.1m from more than 1,000 investors so far, who have all joined the journey and become shareholders in Crowdfunder. We would love to have you on board too! However, our pitch closes at 2pm today, which means that time is running out.
For the last month, we have been walking our talk by opening up Crowdfunder for investment. In our own crowdfunding campaign, we have invited the Crowd to become shareholders so that we can continue to grow and work with thousands more projects to make their ideas happen.
And who is the Crowd, exactly?
With investment beginning at just £10, our Crowd is fully inclusive for anyone that supports great ideas. Crowdfunding has the unique ability to bring about incredible change in communities, and with your support, we can connect even more supporters with the projects that they care about.
Phil Geraghty, Managing Director at Crowdfunder, said, “As a crowdfunding platform, we are very proud to be owned by the Crowd – we know that when the Crowd comes together, great things can happen. We are delighted to already have over 1,000 shareholders from our last fundraise, and we want more people to join us on our journey… We are dedicated to continue building some ground breaking tools for our project owners so that they can raise more money, engage with more people and have the biggest impact possible.”
Throughout our fundraising campaigns, we have grown our Crowd to over 2,000 shareholders – including cornerstone investors such as Creative England, Nesta and most recently, Broody – the business incubator and accelerator that is backed by leading London based advertising agency, Mother.
And it’s not over yet! There is less than 6 hours to get involved, which means that if you haven’t done so already and would like to make an investment, then now is the time to do so.
Want to hear what some of our shareholders think?
Georgina Kate-Adams, Shareholder in Crowdfunder, said, “I like the community-vibe at Crowdfunder. It feels like a family. There’s no other reward-based platform I trust as much. That’s why I’ve chosen to run all my own campaigns through Crowdfunder too. When I’m thinking about supporting a campaign, I do pay attention to which platform the project-owner uses. I know quite a bit about crowdfunding, so I see which platform the project-owner chooses as an indication of how much homework they’ve done and thus how serious they are about their project. If they’ve chosen Crowdfunder, I know they make good choices and that they’ll have a great team supporting them at Crowdfunder HQ! I know I can invest with confidence!”
Caroline Norbury, CEO of Creative England, said, “Investing in businesses that help promote the creative industries in England is what we do, that’s why we’re delighted to continue our support of Crowdfunder.co.uk by further investing in their future growth.”
Time is running out, so be sure to check out our 4 Reasons To Invest In Crowdfunder.
If you have any questions, then please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to having you on board.