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Regulatory Framework for Equity Crowdfunding in Ireland

On 17 June 2014, the Irish Central Bank issued a Consumer Notice in relation to the regulatory framework for Crowdfunding, including Peer to Peer lending, in Ireland. This website relates solely to equity crowdfunding, so we will limit our remarks to that. In essence, crowdfunding, in all of its forms – equity, donation, rewards – Read more about Regulatory Framework for Equity Crowdfunding in Ireland[…]

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Equity Crowdfunding in Ireland – The Landscape

The Irish law firm, Mason, Hayes & Curran, have written a nice piece summarising the landscape in Ireland for equity crowdfunding.  A link to the full article is provided below, but we highlight the key points first. Equity Crowdfunding is not a regulated activity in Ireland and there appears to be no immediate plans for Read more about Equity Crowdfunding in Ireland – The Landscape[…]

How Much Money Should You Raise From Equity Crowdfunding?

If you are about to raise money using equity crowdfunding or if you are about to launch a new business, make sure you read The Lean Startup.  And re-read it until you know it off by heart! The central theme of The Lean Startup is that entrepreneurs should focus on making a Minimum Viable Product Read more about How Much Money Should You Raise From Equity Crowdfunding?[…]

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Sugru is an Irish Equity Crowdfunding Success Story

In July 2015, Sugru, a mouldable glue product, invented by Kilkenny woman Jane ni Dhulchaointigh, raised more than £3.5 million in an equity crowdfunding campaign in the UK. The Daily Telegraph highlighted this as one of the top 15 crowdfunding success stories in 2015.  In fact, the campaign was so successful Sugru ended up with Read more about Sugru is an Irish Equity Crowdfunding Success Story[…]