The pan-European rules allow an issuer to raise up to €5 million across all member states.
On top of traditional entrepreneurial finance channels, entrepreneurs have many other tools at their disposal.
Member states are responsible for authorising and supervising crowdfunding providers.
But collaboration, education and research are pivotal to succeed.
With a budget of €164 million, this call is “bottom up”, meaning there are no predefined thematic priorities
The European Crowdfunding Network Asks for Fully Harmonized EU Rules.
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.
The European Parliament’s Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee (ECON) has voted to approve new rules which will streamline the responsibilities of crowdfunding platforms and protect investors.
UK government announced a new course of action to boost the crowdfunding industry.
Applying the blockchain model to energy use, supply chains and governance would benefit businesses and citizens, MEPs say.