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UK Equity & Revenue Crowd Funding Sector Studied in by Ian Youngman in Report Available at MarketPublishers.com

22 Dec 2014 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – Crowd funding, a way to raise funds through specialist online platforms, is becoming more and more popular among businesses; they use it as a method to fund their projects, loans, charity and business ideas via small contributions from many investors.

The UK crowd funding platforms are the world’s leading in terms of diversity of business ideas. The UK equity and crowd funding is currently valued at GBP 90 million, and is likely to register further growth in the upcoming years.

By the year 2020, it will become a common practice for businesses and also individuals to connect with businesses via revenue and equity platforms. Except the financial returns, investors benefit from the contribution to the success of an idea they believe in. Although crowd funding presents certain threats for investors, there is a risk that they will achieve little or even no returns given the bad structure of deals. Moreover, there is a range of certain concerns on investment losses, regulation, fraud and scams that need to be discussed.

Topical report “UK equity and revenue crowd funding-facts and figures 2015” elaborated by Ian Youngman offers an all-round examination of the global and UK crowd funding trends.

The comprehensive report contains important facts and figures on the world equity and revenue crowd funding, concentrating on the crowd funding figures in the UK and Europe. Besides, it overviews the UK regulation and discusses the main trade associations, among others the Federation of Small Businesses, the Confederation of British Industry, the European Crowdfunding Network and the UK Crowdfunding Association. The major crowdfunding organizations along with the history of crowd funding and its benefits are examined, too. Moreover, the report overviews the main crowd funding types such as donation, debt and equity, and discusses in detail how it works. It thoroughly investigates the main crowd funding platforms, businesses and investors. Future outlook for the UK equity and revenue crowd funding is given in the report, too.

Report Details:

UK equity and revenue crowd funding-facts and figures 2015
Published: January, 2014
Pages: 250
Price: US$ 1,250.00

More in-demand reports by the researcher can be found at Ian Youngman page.


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