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Seedrs is now part of Republic. With over 2.5 million members in our combined investment community, we’re building the global private investing platform of the future.

Incorporated in 2009 Seedrs is the first established equity crowdfunding platform in the UK and has recently expanded to the EU with entrepreneur hubs in Berlin, Amsterdam and Lisbon. More recently, Seedrs has expanded to the US via a strategic partnership with Republic - a leading US equity crowdfunding platform - and sister company, AngelList. Their mission is to "enable all types of investors to invest in businesses they believe in and share in their success." This mantra has helped hundreds of businesses achieve their goals whilst giving investors access to seed companies.

Raising funds fees

Companies looking to raise funds pay a single, one-time fee given their campaign is a success. This consists of a 6% fee of the total funds raised, 0.5% - 1.0% payment processing fee and a completion fee of £2,500 (excl. VAT)

There is full legal and tax documentation, lifetime investment admin, single legal shareholder, campaign account manager, no membership fee nor pitching fee and tools and guides are available to help build a successful campaign.

Investor Fees

There are no fees when initially investing into a primary campaign via the Seedrs Nominee.

The platform only has A shares available which include full voting rights. These are accessible to all investors and require a minimum investment of £10.

Fees only apply to an investor in an exit event where the investor gains a profit. The carry fee is 7.5% and is applied to any remaining profit.

The platform is also launching a secondary market which opens on May 5th. This will enable investors to list their shareholdings for sale, which carries a 1.5% transaction fee on total sale and a carries a fee of 7.5% on any profit.

If in any event, an investor needs to cancel an investment it can only be done before a campaign closes by using their Investment Account. Funds that were already paid will be returned to the Investment Account and will either be reinvested or withdrawn.

Investor Overview

  • There are no fees when investing initially into a primary crowdfunding campaign
  • The platform only provides A shares with full voting rights
  • A minimum investment of £10 is required
  • Fees only apply to an investor on an exit event where there is a profit
  • Secondary market launching in May
  • Investors may only cancel an investment while the funding round is still open.
  • * correct as of 12/06/2020

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Top Funded from Seedrs

TransferGo £11.3M
Paysend £10.7M
Baanx £10.0M
Snoop £8.4M
Chapel Down £7.0M
Urban £5.9M
JAJA £5.0M
allplants £4.5M
Perkbox £4.4M

Funded pitches

  • Internet Business Awards Category Award Winner 2015
  • Hertfordshire Business Awards Finalist 2014

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