Less 4% of British startups sought crowdfunding as Brexit could worsen the scenario.
British crowdfunders invested £53.8m over 83 deals.
Life-science businesses report the highest-valued exit while fintech the highest rate of growth. De Vasconcelos: “Let’s see if cryptocurrencies can rival that.”
have dominated 2017 by deal numbers, Beauhurst confirms.
Just 31% have a female executive.
80% want to re-enter the tech ecosystem and support it post-exit.
Seedrs, Crowdcube, SyndicateRoom and VentureFounders firmly hold the market leadership, according to London-based research house Beauhurst.
However, the first half of 2017 saw a record amount invested into high-growth businesses.
Pedro Madeira: “Crowdfunding has emerged as significant source of high-growth company finance in the last few years.”
According to the latest findings from Beauhurst.