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Crowdcube was established in 2011 and were one of the first equity crowdfunding platforms in the UK. They are market leaders and reportedly have over 450,000 registered members. 

There is no charge for investors to purchase shares via Crowdcube in a un-listed company. There are no fees for listing your business on Crowdcube. However, there is a success fee of 7% (exc. VAT), on the amount you successfully raise. Payment processing fees also apply. These fees are deducted by Stripe, Crowdcube’s payment provider, when the funds raised are transferred to you upon the successful completion of your raise.The payment processing fees vary depending on which country the payment card is registered in and are 0.5% for the UK, 1% for Europe and 2.9% for the rest of the world.

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Our mini-bond product enables more established brands to borrow expansion capital from their customers, stakeholders and our growing investor community It's a very simple idea - you decide the annual fixed interest rate, typically between 6-8%, and the duration of the bond - usually up to 5 years. You get the growth finance you need whilst rewarding investors for their support with regular interest payments throughout the duration of the bond and their initial investment back as a lump sum at the end

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