Registrations are open for taking part in the 4th ECN CrowdCamp “Exploring Blockchain for Alternative Finance” in Berlin on 13th June 2019.
A picture of the European alternative finance industry, according to the latest findings from University of Cambridge’s Centre for Alternative Finance.
Crowdfunding platforms are trying to make the most of impact investing trends whilst new data on the market open-up fresh perspectives for both investors and entrepreneurs.
A new study confirms the growing trend of Millennials looking for impact as the sector needs to support the new generation of investors.
Accorging to the 5th UK Alternative Finance Industry Report by the Cambridge Centre for
Alternative Finance, the volume of Equity-based crowdfunding is on an upward trajectory.
“I do not understand why anyone would ever start a business that will not solve a key challenge.”
This is the percentage of British businesses looking for growth and not aware of alternative finance options available to them.
While getting just 1.3% of venture capital financing, crowdfunding represents a sounding founding options for female-led firms.
The new report covers data from platform activity in 52 countries in Africa and the Middle East, and includes survey data from over 77 alternative finance platforms reporting activity in the 2016 calendar year.
Traditional solutions do not meet the needs of SMEs.