The British Government ha presented the fund to help startups during the Coronavirus pandemic as the equity crowdfunding industry express some concerns.
UK crowdfunding leaders are taking paycuts as platforms put a limited number of employees on furlough leave.
Industry players worry about the future of the sector.
Crowdfunding is steadily growing, but how the market will evolve in the current climate?
Venture capital, angels and crowdfunding on the forefront to contribute fighting Coronavirus.
Equity crowdfunding has been a flop for startups in the US, so far.
“This of SyndicateRoom is actually a big story for the alternative finance industry not only because it marks a big shift, but also because it raises a question about its sustainability in the long run.”
“I am convinced that we will come out of these changes as a real powerhouse in our industry,” Lasse Mäkelä says.
How will last crowdfunding growth in the UK?
European Parliament reached a deal on EU-wide rules to help crowdfunding.
SMEs are no longer limited to using a traditional high street bank.
The latest findings by Politecnico of Milan.
The online markeplace connects publicly-listed companies with retail investors.
Crowdfunding is growing and with it the attention to investors. Meanwhile, platforms, like Seedrs, have started to explore new business models to make their operations finally sustainable.
Short terminism of equity crowdfunding platforms put at risk a whole industry and its promises to change for the better.
A new research by the British Business Bank and the UK Business Angels Association aims to find out more about it.
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