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Invesdor


Established in 2016, Invesdor is a UK and Nordic based equity crowdfunding platform. They provide an online investment matching service where entrepreneurs looking to raise equity financing can connect with investors who are seeking to invest in growth companies. Invesdor have raised almost £55M for businesses seeking funding and have had 127 successful raises.

For businesses seeking funding, fees depend on the funding readiness of the company, but pricing is built on three parts: a fixed up-front listing fee, plus a percentage-based success fee and a fixed closing fee if the funding round is successful. There is no investor fees but there is a transaction fee, the amount of which depends on the payment method selected. 

  • Transaction fees are charged depending on payment method selected
  • No management fee charges
  • Investment rounds typically range from 30 to 45 days
  • If a campaign does not reach its intended goal, all capital is fully refunded

* correct as of 27/09/2018


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Total raised


  • Average investment

    £6,216

  • Funded pitches

    4

  • Funded rate

    33%

  • Total raised

    £1,137,536

  • Investments

    183

  • Investors per pitch

    46

  • Established date

    01/06/2016

  • Failed businesses

    N/A


Disclaimer

Equity crowdfunding platforms are not legally obligated to publish crowdfunding data. Therefore our figures are based on publicly available information which may be incomplete or contain inaccuracies.

Failed businesses are determined by those who are no longer listed as active in companies house.

The statistics are generated from data we have collected. We can not guarantee that there are no errors, omissions or inaccuracies.

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  • Internet Business Awards Category Award Winner 2015
  • Hertfordshire Business Awards Finalist 2014

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  • The Times
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