Post Tagged with: "crowdcube"

The Dog Food Story – Raising Money For Fintech On Crowdfunding Sites

by November 12, 2014 at 12:52 am 0 comments

My test was pretty cursory, the kind of quick test that entrepreneurs make when seeing whether to take the time to use a service. I tested: Angel List Crowdcube Seedrs I make no apologies for not testing all the platforms. No busy entrepreneur would do that; crowdfunding is a network effects game. If I have […]

Why Angel List Syndicates Could Change The Asset Management Industry

by November 4, 2014 at 2:59 am 0 comments

Angel List Syndicates enables angels who want to be VCs to establish a track record and then be remunerated like VCs for taking the lead on a deal. Then Angel List takes care of the admin side of being a VC. Most innovations that change the world look ridiculous at first – think Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, […]

Seedrs – A Fintech Baby Unicorn From UK Steps Onto World Stage

Seedrs – A Fintech Baby Unicorn From UK Steps Onto World Stage

by November 3, 2014 at 12:34 am 0 comments

For London to earn the coveted label of “Fintech capital of the world”, there need to be a couple of unicorns, the companies that trip off the tongue when talking about London and Fintech. In Silicon Valley lingo (the Esperanto of high trajectory startups), a “unicorn” is a multi-$ billion startup. Like unicorns and perfect […]