Since launching in 2011, Crowdcube has funded nearly 500 businesses, 90% are still trading. A total of 50 businesses to raise on Crowdcube are unfortunately no longer trading.
Like any form of investment, there are risks to your capital and crowdfunding investors should be aware that not all businesses will succeed like the businesses that have already delivered investor returns. This highlights the importance of spreading investment risk with a diversified portfolio.
Investors on Crowdcube can be assured that we are committed to ensuring transparency and have rigorous due diligence processes in place, which are spearheaded by an experienced team of legal and compliance professionals. Crowdcube’s investor relations team notify investors if we are informed that a company has gone into administration.