How is your start-up preparing for Brexit? What’s your biggest no-deal concern? How can you deal with no-deal?
Uncertain future signals a potential negative impact on the willingness of risking large sums of money as crowdfunders confirm to be the major investor type.
In a letter to the Financial Times, prominent UK financial services providers ask for people to have a final say on May’s EU Deal.
UK government announced a new course of action to boost the crowdfunding industry.
What’s the role crowdfunding can play in the era of populism? The patchwork of many overlapping processes.
But UK needs to work hard to retain its place.
“Brexit is actually a good thing.”
The move confirms a trend according to which traditional financial institutions have begun to partner with equity crowdfunding platforms.
How Corporate Governance is helping crowdfunding to mature.
Bill Morrow on business angels, fintech, startups, Brexit, and why he cannot see equity crowdfunding as a sustainable model. EXCLUSIVE
“To successfully scale is extremely costly.”
We have already a plan regarding the European market.
SyndicateRoom’s CEO, Gonçalo de Vasconcelos: “It is encouraging.”
Oliver* met up with Beauhurst, to discuss about the main trends in the British equity crowdfunding industry in 2016 and what’s next. [EXCLUSIVE]
Oliver* met up with Ronald Kleverlaan, Founder and Chairman of CrowdfundingHub, the European Expertise Centre for Alternative and Community Finance, to discuss about equity crowdfunding, current challenges, future scenarios, and a paper produced in partnership with AIG. EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW.
A crowd-funded project to prosecute politicians for “lying” during the EU referendum campaign has raised over £175,000 and now wants to see dishonest politicians jailed, the project’s founder has told The Independent.