- How it works
- Why invest
- What you get when you invest
- How returns work
- Understanding deal terms
- How we select campaigns
- How to invest
- How Crowdbase makes money
- How to raise capital
- Benefits of crowdfunding
For more answers see our FAQ
How it Works
Private market investments have grown significantly over the past decade due to low-interest rates, high returns, and greater investment control. Crowdfunding platforms like Crowdbase have made it possible for individuals to invest in vetted private market ventures with low minimum investments. These investments offer higher growth potential, returns, and control than traditional public markets.
What is Crowdfunding?
Crowdfunding is the method of raising capital from a large number of individuals. Each individual invests a relatively small amount of money, which is pooled together to provide the funds needed for the project. In return, investors receive financial benefits in the form of shares or other securities, depending on the type of crowdfunding campaign.
What can I invest in?
Crowdbase offers a range of investment opportunities, including startups, real estate and others.
We do the work of sourcing and analysing projects and bringing them to you. It is then up to you to decide if and where you wish to invest your hard-earned money. Here are some of the types of opportunities you can expect to find on our platform:
A new business venture with a potential for rapid growth and innovation.
Can range from fix-and-flips and buy to let, to innovative real estate technologies and socially impactful projects.
Providing financial support to small-scale enterprises within your community, usually in the form of debt.
Social enterprises are businesses that put the interests of society and the environment ahead of paper profits.