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What Does Scotland Need To Do To Be A FinTech Leader?

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The Scotsman asked leading figures from the financial services and technology sectors, including our CEO and Co-Founder Jude Cook. I believe for Scotland to become a true world leader in fintech requires three ingredients: funding for fintechs, world-class expertise getting attracted and retained and a pinch of luck. Access to funding to truly scale great […]


Hibernian FC Team Up With ShareIn To Enable Simpler Fan Ownership

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Hibernian FC kick off their new share issue campaign to provide supporters the opportunity to own up to 51% of shares in the club. With the use of our microsite technology–Hibernian supporters can buy shares directly on the Hibernian FC website. With chances of silverware in sight–Hibernian are offering their loyal fanbase a share in their success. Leeann Dempster, CEO […]


Success Story: Blipfuture Raises Over £120,000 To Buy Blipfoto

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Blipfuture CIC are the new owners of the photo sharing social network, Blipfoto after successfully raising more than £120,000 through an equity crowdfund. The equity crowdfunding campaign aimed to save Blipfoto, a company that went into liquidation last year, by establishing a Community Interest Company that would buy the assets and keep the community alive. The team behind […]


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 […]


Parkinson’s Disease, The Humble Fruitfly & Crowdfunding

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Parkure is a new company putting academic research into action and searching for drugs that stop the neurodegeneration process in Parkinson’s disease. Founded by University of Edinburgh researchers and biotechnology experts, our aim is to find new drugs that could lead to a cure for Parkinson’s disease. We are going to start by looking among the […]


The Telegraph: New hope to find a cure for Parkinson’s

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Victoria Lambert of The Telegraph wrote a very interesting piece on Parkure who are currently equity crowdfunding a cure for Parkinson’s disease on ShareIn. She explains: “New therapies for Parkinson’s, which affects about 127,000 Britons, are desperately overdue. Most sufferers of this degenerative neurological condition will be treated with Levodopa, a drug developed in the […]


The FT Ask For ShareIn’s View on Independence

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                      I was recently asked for my views on Scottish Independence by Jonathan Moules of The Financial Times – you can read his full article here . I explained that I don’t want to have a public opinion on such a sensitive and divisive topic. I know […]


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 […]