Artizzan Cheeze, a Dubai based company and the first of its kind in the region, to create Artizzan Cheeze that is completely dairy, gluten and additive free is now seeking $360,000 through its equity crowdfunding campaign on Eureeca.
Eureeca is the only multi-regulated and cross-continent Equity Crowdfunding platform globally, having received four licenses to operate in three different continents - Europe, Middle East and South East Asia.
Here at Eureeca we are constantly looking at new ways to improve deal flow by offering both our entrepreneurs and investors a safe and secure channel of communication and a robust yet flexible platform for doing business. Listening carefully to our clients feedback is key to improving our product offering in a way that benefits our entire equity crowdfunding ecosystem. With entrepreneurs increasingly looking for new ways to qualify investors and protect their intellectual property, we have launched a new exclusive deal type never seen before on Eureeca – the Confidential Raise.
The equity crowdfunding industry is constantly evolving and appears to be at a turning point where we would expect to be seeing returns and exits to the crowd. Up until now we were operating in unknown territory and a lot of what we forecast was based on similar markets. However, now we can anticipate the emergence of transparent and quantifiable statistics about the industry.
Pioneering has always been in our blood here at Eureeca. We were early adherents to a new financial technology and inaugurated our company by introducing equity crowdfunding to a completely untapped market.
As many of you know, Eureeca received regulatory approval from the UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) in in the beginning of 2015.
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