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About


Incorporated in July 2013, Fireflock was established to provide an equity based crowdfunding platform to assist early stage companies seeking funding.

Based in Canary Wharf, within Europe’s biggest accelerator for financial technology companies (Fintech), Fireflock is situated in the heart of financial innovation.

Our aim is to ensure that companies, which choose to use the Fireflock platform, gain maximum exposure to a wide investor network, increasing their ability to gain the funding they seek.

By providing simple processes, and by offering ongoing support, Fireflock works in close partnership with our client companies to ensure they are investor ready.

For investors, Fireflock offers a simple way to identify, research and invest in smaller enterprises seeking funding. Whether using Fireflock’s online platform, or attending one of our offline events, we can connect you to some of the UK’s leading entrepreneurs.

Led by a team of experienced individuals, Fireflock can draw upon the expertise of those who have worked for decades in relevant areas including financial markets, investments, smaller companies and enterprise.

Key points


Reasons to invest

  • Choice of investments

    Fireflock offers investors a wide choice of investment opportunities across a range of sectors. We also offer investments in companies at varying stages, from seed, to early stage, to fully established. A wide choice means you can diversify your portfolio and mitigate risk.

    Approval

    Fireflock undertakes appropriate due diligence into companies looking to raise funds on the website in order that the company's pitch can be considered eligible for approval as a financial promotion and to ascertain that the pitch is fair, clear and not misleading.

    Easy payment

    When you pledge your investment, you have three payment options. Funds can debited directly from your account through your GoCardless account or you can pay using your debit card. If you pledge more than £5,000 you can opt to settle off-line. No hassle. No fuss. Simple.

    No fees to pay

    When you invest in a company via the Fireflock platform, there are no extra fees to pay. The amount you chose to invest is the amount you pay. There are no other hidden costs or charges. We like to keep things fair and transparent for our investors.

How do they charge?


Investors -

When you invest in a company via the Fireflock platform, there are no extra fees to pay. The amount you chose to invest is the amount you pay. There are no other hidden costs or charges. We like to keep things fair and transparent for our investors.

Entrepreneurs -

There are no upfront fees to be paid if you want your business to pitch on Fireflock’s platform. Fees to Fireflock are only payable once you reach your full funding requirement. That means Fireflock is fully incentivised to help you get your business funded.

Once you have raised the target amount of funds, the fee payable to Fireflock is 6% of the total funds raised.

Equity Crowdfunding


Fireflock offers investors a wide choice of investment opportunities across a range of sectors. We also offer investments in companies at varying stages, from seed, to early stage, to fully established. A wide choice means you can diversify your portfolio and mitigate risk.

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