Eureeca description 

Eureeca are an online, cross border, crowd investment platform, enabling business owners to raise growth and scale money, from the crowd: their network, and the many 1000s of investors signed up to their marketplace.

Their role is to inspire and empower the entrepreneur to meet their funding goal, providing the tools, platform and support for entrepreneurs to access capital previously closed to them.

Eureeca let people invest as little or as much as they like in growth businesses that they choose, and Eureeca let entrepreneurs raise capital from friends, family, their communities, angels, institutions and the wider crowd, all through a simple online process. 

They are the first crowdinvesting marketplace offering a global solution. Launched in 3Q 2013, Eureeca have already become one of the leading platforms of our kind globally. They understood from day one that to dominate the industry they needed to build a global platform with a global solution that can scale quickly.

Why Eureeca

Eureeca is the first global, double-regulated equity crowdfunding platform, having received regulatory licenses from the UK's Financial Conduct Authority and the Malaysian Securities Commission in 2015, and recently the AFM in the Netherlands. 

They have created a global operating model, proven their product and platform in the UK and MENA, and are now ready to expand into new markets 

Eureeca provide SMEs globally with exposure to an international investor base ranging from everyday investors to experienced institutional and accredited investors. 

Eureeca is digitizing the world of private equity investments, which has up to this point existed solely behind closed doors.

Eureeca mission is to become the #1 emerging markets crowdinvestment platform globally.

Platform Risk Warning

Investing in early stage businesses involves a high level of risk, including illiquidity (inability to sell assets quickly or without substantial loss in value), lack of dividends, loss of capital and dilution risks and it should be done only as part of a diversified portfolio. Your capital is at risk.