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Crowdcube explained

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Crowdcube is a revolutionary way for us to raise money and share our growth with our readers. This short video shows you how it works. If everyone who read Blue & Green in single month invested £10 we’d smash through our target. Step forward and take a stake in our tomorrow.

Crowdcube is the world’s leading investment crowdfunding platform. They enable anyone to invest alongside professional investors in start-up, early stage and growth businesses through equity, debt and investment fund options.

Four things to note:

  1. Crowdcube operates on the ’all or nothing’ model. When a pitch reaches its target, the business receives the funding raise, if it doesn’t reach the target then no funds are taken from investors and no money is charged.
  2. All investments are only classed as an ‘expression of interest‘ until we reach our funding target; whereupon members will be asked to confirm they are happy to convert their expression of interest into a binding order for investment.
  3. We have HMRC Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) approval, so 30% of the cost of the shares (up to a maximum of £300,000 relief) can be set against the individual’s Income Tax liability for the tax year in which the investment was made e.g. a £10,000 investment then £3,000 can be set against your Income Tax liability.
  4. And finally, you can make an alternative offer if you take a different view on our valuation or potential.

Register with Crowdcube today. Please #investaware. Investments of this nature carry risks to your capital as well as potential rewards. Please read Crowdcube’s risk warning and disclaimer before deciding to invest.


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