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Crowd Funding

By Lauren Fruncillo August 18, 2020 - 3:58 pm

Artfinder raises £834,000 through crowdfunding round

The specialist art marketplace, Artfinder, has raised £834,000 from 1,320 investors in their first ever crowdfunding round initiated after the platform experienced a period of exponential growth. According to reports Artfinder recorded its best sales quarter in it's history in Q2 with 120% sales growth

Yumbles crowd funding for growth in 2018

Yumbles the artisan food market have seen sales of over £1m (Gross Merchandise Volume) resulting in £400k+ revenue to date. They connect over 600 independent food makers directly with consumers looking for high quality, ethically produced food and drink. The UK's speciality food and drink industry

PayPal remove purchase protection for ‘gambles’

You back a crowd funded business that goes bust, you pay to enter a competition and don't win, you pay the government for a service which you decide you don't like, what do you do? Well up until June the 25th this year, if you

How to Fund your Digital Enterprise, Brighton: 17/9/15

As part of the Brighton Digital Festival, the Sussex Innovation Centre will be holding a free event that will explore the various ways you can fund a digital business. It will be held at the Centre on the Sussex University campus at Falmer on 17th

How to Fund your Digital Enterprise, Brighton: 17/9/15

Are you bewildered by the options available to you when it comes to funding a digital business? If so, this workshop at the Sussex Innvovation Centre in Brighton might be able to help. To find out more and bag a place, visit this page. As they say:

ZigZag Global is crowdfunding

Crowdfunding is all the rage and ZigZag Global is getting in on the action with a CrowdCube powered round. They’re looking to raise £100k to develop their business and, at time of writing, they’re more than half way with investment pledges totalling £87,620 so far. The

How CornerDrop raised £75k crowdfunding Part III

If you're looking to launch or grow and expand a business, crowd funding is an alternative to both traditional bank lending and the more innovative small business finance loans available. This is the third of a three part series by Andrew Lasota, CEO of CornerDrop on

How CornerDrop raised £75k crowdfunding Part II

If you're looking to launch or grow and expand a business, crowd funding is an alternative to both traditional bank lending and the more innovative small business finance loans available. This is the second of a three part series by Andrew Lasota, CEO of CornerDrop on

How CornerDrop raised £75k crowdfunding Part I

I came across CornerDrop recently and two things were immediately of interest - the business itself and also how they appear to almost effortlessly raise funding. I asked Andrew Lasota, CEO of CornerDrop if he would share the secrets of his success with Tamebay readers

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