With the summer approaching fast, there is plenty to choose from in equity crowdfunding. There are eight ongoing equity offerings on Invesdor.com, and another eight opening soon.
"Earlier this year we promised investors that we would double the number of investment targets on our service, and it seems we're getting close to fulfilling that promise", says Invesdor's communications manager Mikko Savolainen. "We are especially looking to quickly grow the number of Norwegian and British cases on the platform."
Out of the currently active campaigns, so far Invesdor's has raised the most: the subscriptions currently stand at a over a million euros. Other campaigns include Mini-Holding's self-storage business in Estonia and ecological city planning with Ecocity. Other Nordic companies include the "Tripadvisor of universities", Study Advisory, moonshine distillery Routa Distillery, and innovative LED lighting designer and manufacturer Tunto Design whose main designer and CEO won the design award granted by the Finnish government in 2015.
There are several other exciting businesses opening soon. Some of the previews already public include TwoDads, makers of healthy kids' food, and edutech company Claned. Upcoming UK cases include the social media for sportsbook bettors, BetJuno, maker of 3D printing tools of Kickstarter fame, Full Circle Labs, and established maker of dolls and accessories, My London Girl. The next big Norwegian case coming up is men's skincare brand Bad Norwegian.
We will keep new investment opportunities coming throughout the summer, so stay tuned.
Mikko Savolainen, Communications manager, Invesdor Ltd
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Invesdor in brief:
Invesdor is a Helsinki-based financial technology (fintech) company that runs a pan-European debt and equity crowdfunding service. Founded in 2012, Invesdor has so far facilitated the raising of more than 14 million euros for more than 50 successful crowdfunding projects. Invesdor itself has raised more than 1.8 million euros for building its platform, most of which has been raised through crowdfunding.