Crowdcube is one of England's most established and popular equity crowdfunding platforms, with a huge pool of registered investors and dozens of fundraising campaigns at any given moment. They are sector agnostic and accept all kinds of businesses with only a limited vetting process - they don't accept startups that won't be of interest to their investors but do not make any recommendations. Crowdcube is on a mission to support entrepreneurship and is set to "fuel the next generation of businesses who want to leave a mark on the world."
Seedinvest is one of the first equity crowdfunding platforms in the US. They take every investment with utmost seriousness, and only hosts about 1% of the startups that apply. Their vetting process is as strict as any leading VC firm, so that their investors have access to startups that are not only promising, but that have an attractive valuation as well. Over 200M USD have been invested on their platform to date.
StartEngine is one of the first platforms in the market, and their CEO and co-founder Howard Marks has been one of the key spokesmen for equity crowdfunding in the US. Today they are one of the largest equity crowdfunding platforms in the US market, with various investment opportunities listed on their platforms, some open to all investors and some for accredited investors only. Having launched the first ever equity crowdfunding campaign in the US on their platform in 2015, they have a strong track record of more than 300 companies they've helped fund.
ExitValley focuses on early stage Israeli startups, along with listings featuring real-estate projects, and small businesses. They are the first equity crowdfunding platform in Israel, the "startup nation", and give investors access to startups they believe are set to succeed. They offer a full package of support to startups raising funds. In addition, they create a secondary market, allowing investors to sell their stocks to other investors through the platform.
"OurCrowd's professional team is comprised of entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, investors, and geeks with decades of combined experience building businesses, raising capital, and investing in Israeli and global startups.
We are passionate about selecting the biggest ideas being developed by the top startups from Israel and beyond, and sharing those opportunities with you."
AltaClub VC along with its parent Altair VC invest in early stage technology startups, primarily from Israel, Russia and the US. AltaClub gives accredited investors the opportunity to co-invest with them in curated investment rounds, often alongside notable VCs such as 500 startups, Andreessen Horowitz and more. Investors can sell their shares in the next round, thus AltaClub stands out among equity crowdfunding platforms in the level of liquidity it offers its investors.
Republic is one of the leading equity crowdfunding platforms for non-accredited investors, and enjoys the legacy of the AngelList group. They have listings in various sectors, crypto related startups included, and accept investments from as little as 10$. They focus on Title III investments - for companies raising up to 1,070,000$ over a 12 month period.
US based Wefunder claims to be have the largest number of investors and investment volume compared to other equity crowdfunding portals. They offer investments in virtually all startup sectors. Raised over 110M$ for their startups so far.
iAngels is a unique equity crowdfunding platform that is a hybrid between a VC and angel investment firm. International investors get a chance to invest in a highly curated portfolio of innovative Israeli tech startups, or in the whole portfolio through a dedicated fund. Investors pay to a commission to invest, while startups that are accepted to iAngels need not pay.
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