To invest on Crowdcube, you need to be over 18 years old and legally entitled to invest. You’ll also need to be a resident of the EU or a country where you may legally receive financial promotions of the nature provided. If you’re not sure whether you can invest through Crowdcube in your country, you should seek legal advice before making an account.
We can’t advertise investment opportunities to those living in the United States, Canada, Japan or any other country where it would be unlawful for our pitches to be advertised. Please don’t register with us if you are a resident in these countries.
When creating your account, make sure you create it in your own name, as we can’t accept joint investments. You’ll also be asked to choose an investor category and complete a quick questionnaire. This is to ensure you understand the high-risk nature of investing in startups and early-stage businesses. If you receive independent advice, you don’t have to fill out the questionnaire. These investor types won’t apply to all other platforms.