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Seedrs


Established in 2009, Seedrs are an equity crowdfunding platform that boast an investors community stretching across no fewer than 94 countries. Investors on Seedrs have raised £423m for over 685 pitches and the company has a limited secondary market with low liquidity that is only open once a month to members.

Investors will have to pay a percentage of their profits for any pitches that become funded. For those seeking to raise funds, charges are only applied if the pitch is successful.

  • Investors pay 7.5% of their profits to Seedrs, only if the invested campaign is successful
  • Investors will not have to pay any management or administration fees
  • For those seeking to raise funds, charges only apply if the campaign is successful.
  • Campaigners will have to pay a 6% success fee, including 0.5% payment processing fee, as well as a £2,500 completion fee (excl. VAT).
  • There are no fees for membership or pitching.

* correct as of 25/05/2019




Total raised


  • Average investment

    £1,797

  • Funded pitches

    273

  • Funded rate

    58%

  • Total raised

    £164,944,613

  • Investments

    91,764

  • Investors per pitch

    336

  • Established date

    16/03/2009

  • Failed businesses

    1


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 Guardian
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  • The Times
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