UK Crowdfunding Trends Discussed by Ian Youngman in In-demand Report Published at MarketPublishers.com13 Sep 2013 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Crowdfunding refers to a way of financing business ideas and projects by means of small contributions from an array of individuals. Furthermore, it is a fine way to raise capital via specialist online platforms when raising money through business angels and traditional bank lending becomes hard. Crowdfunding is a good decision for start-ups and early-stage businesses, as investing in such companies is fraught with risk, which deters potential investors. Additionally, such way of raising money allows investors to spread risk across a number of new businesses.
The UK is deemed to be one of the world’s most progressive countries in terms of equity crowdfunding. There are around 40 equity and revenue type platforms in the country.
In-demand research report “Equity and revenue crowdfunding in the UK” elaborated by Ian Youngman provides an extensive guide to the equity and revenue crowdfunding sector in the UK; offers insights into the sector’s background and draws up an accurate picture of the actual state in the market. It discusses the major trends, issues and aspects of crowdfunding in the country. The research report characterizes the emerging sector’s opportunities and challenges; reviews the main market participants; examines key types of crowdfunding in the UK in detail; and also explains clearly how various crowdfunding platforms work. The report covers the regulative landscape, the UK government initiatives, problems related to crowdfunding, and, furthermore, outlines the future prospects for the sector development in the forthcoming years.
Equity and revenue crowdfunding in the UK
Published: August, 2013
Price: US$ 990.00
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