The do’s and don’ts of getting investment for your business Great ideas and excellent business minds are not always enough for a business to succeed. Funding and raising capital from external resources is one of the key aspects of growing your business. Throughout this article we will be looking deeper into fundraising and the journey […]
Online marketplaces are nothing new. The world has seen a disruption in how business and engagement happens, given the exponential rate at which people are going online. There is an implicit expectation today that most transactions can be done online. Everyday we use platforms like Amazon or Ebay where a marketplace is created online to […]
The number of business incubators and accelerators in the UK has grown rapidly over the last few years. This growth has been facilitated by public funding and it is estimated that between £20-30 million of public funding (UK and EU) is being spent on UK incubators and accelerators per year. Despite this, relatively little robust […]
Coronavirus has been hugely disruptive to life as we know it. However, that does not mean that it has affected all sectors and companies equally. In fact, whilst the aggregate socio-economic impact is certainly negative, there are also opportunities that will arise, particularly for agile startups that are able to make quick decisions and pivot […]
Like many others, we here at Eureeca are working from home and doing our part to keep others and ourselves safe. Despite the global disruption our services continue as normal and we are heartened to still see applications from high quality businesses looking for funding, and interest from investors that are willing to invest in […]
Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) play a vital role as a driving force in economies in developing and emerging markets. SMEs in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) region are estimated to comprise more than 98% of the total number of enterprises, and they contribute to around 40% of gross domestic product. In order […]
According to a research paper published in the Journal of Entrepreneurship, Management and Innovation, and authored by Katarzyna Kozioł-Nadolna, who is a Professor US of the Faculty of Economics and Management at the University of Szczecin in Poland, funding innovative projects is one of the most serious problems faced by business owners in Poland
So you’ve done your homework and you’ve spent the right amount of time researching and understanding the different types of equity crowdfunding platforms available to you. You’ve identified your priorities based on your type business and come up with a shortlist of platforms that you feel will be most suitable to support your funding campaign and that will allow you to raise money successfully.