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NextFin Has Updated Its Website - Here's What's New

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NextFin Has Updated Its Website - Here's What's New
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At NextFin, we’re constantly reviewing the latest equity crowdfunding data to provide entrepreneurs and investors with the best experience and to give them the best chance at securing finance and investing.

To further enhance this experience, NextFin has made some major updates to its site to allow for greater accessibility and an even more user-friendly experience. Below we list the top five additions to the website and how they can benefit you.



1.  Loans and Grants Page

We understand that trying to raise funds for your business can be a daunting exercise. Business grants are by far the most attractive source of funding for any new or existing businesses. This is because there’s no need to pay it back, there’s no interest to pay and you don’t have to lose any equity to an investor.

Whether starting out or already established, we have compiled a list of national grants available for your business. We have also included the recent introduction of coronavirus grants so that you can check to see if you’re eligible and how to apply.

 

The list of grants can be found here.

 

2.   Investment guides

As part of our campaign to create the alternative finance marketplace, NextFin has created a series of comprehensive guides to aid entrepreneurs and investors through the investment process.

There are four guides: a guide to alternative finance, equity crowdfunding, peer-to-peer (P2P) property guide and peer-to-peer lending. Each guide aims to offer tailored advice to those looking to secure funding for the first time and to those who have an established business but are looking to explore alternative sources of raising capital.

 

Our investments guides can be found here.

 

3.  Dedicated CBILS page

The Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS) provides financial support to smaller businesses (SMEs) across the UK that are losing revenue and seeing their cash flow disrupted, as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak.

To help small businesses navigate CBILS and find the best lender for them, NextFin has created a dedicated CBILS page which lists the 40 accredited lenders. If you are looking for a lender, our list will give you contact details and further information directly from the company’s website.

 

Our list can be found here.

 

4.  Live Crowdfunding Statistics

Our equity crowdfunding page has seen some significant updates including a new live market tracker. Positioned next to our ‘Featured Pitches’ section, the Live Market Stats keep track of the latest equity pitches and the total amounts of money pledged.

The section is broken down to give users a comprehensive insight into the state of the market with a weekly focus, as well as a breakdown of individual pitches by platform.

 

You can view our crowdfunding statistics page here.

 

5.  NextFin is crowdfunding

NextFin is the UK’s first regulated alternative finance marketplace attracting 60,000 visitors a month. NextFin rate and compare equity & P2P investments. It has tracked and researched £7.8bn of P2P funding and 4679 equity crowdfunding pitches, helping investors make more of their money and entrepreneurs raise finance. As part of its strategic growth, it has acquired CrowdRating and is looking to expand its rating service and increase its visitor traffic.

 

You can register your interest in crowdfunding for NextFin here.

 

Tagged: CBILS Grants Equity Crowdfunding P2P Covid-19



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