There are 4 steps:

  1. Create your profile, and your project – Each project will be reviewed carefully by our Executive board and must be approved before fundraising can begin.
  2. Market your project – Take advantage of our social media tools to share your project with friends, family, colleagues, customers, the media and potential investors.
  3. Gather investors – Interested investors will be able to invest in projects in amounts as small as £50, or as large as they wish, via our online payment system.
  4. Collect funds– Once fundraising is completed for your project, all funds will be collected and sent to your designated account.

To create an account, click here. You must enter the following information to set up your The Right Crowd account:

  • Your name,
  • User information

Simply follow the on screen instructions as you go.

Pre-IPO is a shorter version for saying pre-initial public offering. This means the public can get involved with funding a company and helping raise a targeted amount before the company is placed in the stock market.

Equity is the value of the shares issued by a company.

Once your project reaches its target amount, the funds will be deposited into the project owners account 15 days after close. The Right Crowd team will contact successful project owners, and investors.

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Risk Warnings

Investors should be aware that there are risks to investing in shares of companies, especially if they are private companies as there may be little or no market for the shares to be traded and dividends are unlikely to be paid. Investments may go down as well as up and therefore investors may not recover their initial investment.
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Investors should be aware that there are risks to investing in shares. Please read our risk warning before deciding to invest. These investments are NOT covered by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme. Capital at risk.