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Crowdfunding Definition

“Crowdfunding is a means of raising finance for a ‘proposition’, from a large number of people, who are usually each contributing a small sum. Crowdfunding normally takes place via the Internet.”

Why you need expert help when you’re pitching for investment

Don’t be fooled into thinking that crowdfunding is easy though – on Kickstarter alone for example, 44% of projects failed to reach their target, so if you are considering crowdfunding finance, it’s worth getting expert help to make sure your proposition is packaged as attractively as it could be.

What we can offer to make your pitch as solid as your proposition

At Access Commercial Finance Limited, finding funding for unusual or ‘tricky’ ventures is our specialism, and that is often what draws companies seeking investment to crowdfunding in the first place. We know what is likely to attract would-be backers, from getting firm financials in place before you launch, to creating a compelling story with a clear exit strategy for investors. Crucially, we also know which crowdfunding platforms work best for which sectors, so we can advise you how to pitch your proposition in the right place, for the best chance of success,

Crowdfunding finance can be a great boost to your business if your venture has a strong compelling story or high-growth potential. It suits companies and projects in every sector from innovative tech start-ups to creative projects, including publishing and film.

What type of crowdfunding do you need?

There are several distinct types of crowdfunding – the one that works best for you depends on your sector, how much finance you need to raise and how much (if any) equity you are prepared to give up.

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If you think crowdfunding could be your best route to raising finance, call us on 03330 069 141 and see how we can help you present your proposition to wow the crowd.

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