What's The Difference?
Crowdfunding is the process whereby you pitch to a group of individuals (crowd) and your investment is collected from anyone who wants to invest. The main difference is that these types of investors do not need to be cash rich. A student might invest £10, for instance.
As crowdfunding is an online process your pitch is no longer restricted to tangible paper. This means that you can now add digital elements to your plan in order to effectively pitch for investment.
Our Growth business plan includes a one minute animated video explaining your business and the opportunity to investors. This can be uploaded to online pitches.
Some crowdfunding platforms have specific financial templates they'll ask you to fill out, don't worry, we can do that for you.
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