Crowdfunding Australia & New Zealand | About | Equitise
You’ve heard of Kickstarter? Equity crowdfunding is similar, but when you fund projects on Equitise, you get a stake in the business. It’s a great new way to throw your support behind amazing start-ups. And the best bit? You own a piece of it. This means, like when you invest in listed companies on a stock exchange, you share in the company’s success as a shareholder. Equitise is the leading investment platform in Australia & NZ which partners with innovative early-stage businesses running equity crowdfunds as well as wholesale offers and IPOs.
We’ve helped over 7,000 people invest in 83 exciting companies and have an 82% success rate.
Equity Crowdfunding gives you…
For more on the benefits, read this article.
Who Can Invest? Basically Everyone!
How To Invest
Even if you have never invested before, the process is easy, totally secure and only takes a few minutes.
How Will I Make A Return On My Investment?
There are several ways in which you can make a return on your investment including IPOs, buybacks and dividends.
The exciting thing about investing in private companies is the potential for high returns as the company grows. There are a number of ways you can make a return that you can learn more about here. Since these companies focus on growth and are not yet listed, it’ll take a little longer for an exit opportunity to arise compared to buying public stocks. This means it’s often a longer-term investment.
Is Equity Crowdfunding Safe?
We’ll be honest, there is more uncertainty with early-stage businesses which naturally leads to greater risk, however, there can also be greater return as you’re getting in on the ground floor when the share price is low. The industry is heavily regulated by key government authorities to protect investors as much as possible and investing through our online platform is secure. We also have our own standards in place and our analysts work hard to provide a flow of high-quality and highly-vetted companies. We can’t always pick winners but we always pick companies we think have the brightest of futures’. Learn more about the safety of equity crowdfunding here.
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