Category Archives: Investors

ShareIn and BOP Announce the First Cross Border Equity Crowdfunding Campaign In China at the World Crowdfunding Conference

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Equity crowdfunding specialist ShareIn will deliver a world first, a campaign that will enable Chinese investors to buy shares directly in an unlisted UK company.   Today at the World Crowdfunding Conference in Guiyang China BOP, ShareIn’s partner in China, announced the forthcoming launch of the World’s first Chinese/UK cross border equity crowdfunding campaign.   […]


Crowdfunding: Football’s 12th Man

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An Obvious Approach To Raising Funds In Football Are the days of passionate volunteers standing out in the rain on match days rattling a collection tin numbered? Perhaps so, as using the internet is a pretty obvious way to reach more people. Crowdfunding is starting to be used by clubs to raise funds for a […]


Alternative Financing for Established Businesses

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Crowdfunding is not just for startups! Established businesses have a network and the marketing know-how and can use that to raise funding from their crowd. Richard Swart (@richardswart), global crowdfunding and alternative finance researcher at the University of California, says, “Corporations are realising there is a lot of social engagement on crowdfunding platforms that can drive corporate innovation and offer alternatives to […]


Reminova: Is This The End Of The Dentist’s Drill?

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To find out more information on this ground-breaking technology and to become an investor, view their website at Reminova. Reminova are trying to reduce drill and fill Reminova was formed in 2014 to provide dentists and patients with new preventative treatments for tooth decay. Some years ago, Reminova founders took a radically different approach to decay […]


$1 Million Investment Brings Big Changes for ShareIn

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We are pleased to announce that ShareIn has received $1 million investment that will provide us with resources needed to support our ambitious growth plans. Exciting Times Ahead! The crowdfunding equity market doubled in size last year and is now worth over £50 million. The $1 million raised gives ShareIn the capital it requires to […]


ShareIn Success: A Cure for Parkinson’s Disease

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Parkure Ltd is one step closer to finding a cure for Parkinson’s disease after receiving funding from investors supported by ShareIn’s equity crowdfunding platform. Who are Parkure? Parkure has successfully raised over £70,000 to develop a cure for Parkinson’s disease in crowdfunding investment through ShareIn. Parkure decided to use an equity crowdfunding campaign to raise […]


EIS Tax Relief Explained

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1. Income Tax Benefit From EIS Tax Relief Tax relief of 30% can be claimed on investments (up to £1m in one tax year) giving a maximum tax reduction in any one year of £300,000, provided you have sufficient Income Tax liability to cover it.   The shares must be held for at least three […]


Now we can all be shareholders | Herald Article

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ShareIn were featured in yesterday’s Personal Finance Section of the Herald. Check out the full article here. Crowdfunding gives investors a sense they are contributing to the country’s economic wellbeing. A lot of it is about people wanting to back something they believe in and having more control over their finances – not just putting their […]


Why Scotland Is Great For Equity Crowdfunding

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Here at ShareIn we are very proud to be a part of the Edinburgh tech scene, but what makes equity crowdfunding here so special? I think the three main things are: great company, the legal aspect, and its ahead of silicon valley.   1. Great Company – Scotland has an incredible start up community as […]


ShareIn Now Directly Authorised By The FCA

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Keeping the crowd in crowdfunding! We are thrilled to announce that ShareIn are now authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) to operate to a much wider audience. Prior to this we have been operating as an appointed representative of an FCA authorised entity that had more restrictive permissions as to who we could deal […]