If you weren’t convinced that there was pent up demand for a crowdfunding platform in the UK where anybody can play the role of Dave McClure (I jest, a little), then think again. Seedrs, which makes it easy to invest in startups and has much coveted regulatory approval, has announced that just one month after launch, three companies have already secured their target funding.
Seed funding is difficult to raise in Europe. Often, very difficult. Though some might say that it should be when a company is only at the idea stage. But that’s a view in stark contrast with Silicon Valley, which is a constant complaint aired by the European entrepreneurs that I talk to.
However, the situation in the UK at least could be about to get a whole lot better with the launch of … → Read More