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We make it simple to buy shares in Europe's high-growth private businesses.

Whether you're a beginner or an experienced investor, you can join our million-strong community by building a portfolio of startup, growth and venture-backed businesses with the potential to deliver significant returns.



Small Robot Co is aiming to bring Per Plant farming to the world's largest crop types with a unique level of intelligence and precision to an industry projected to be worth $240bn/yr by 2050. Farm

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ADONiS is open for investment

ADONiS is a keto snacking brand on a mission to fight the overconsumption of sugar. With over 2M keto bars sold, £3.2m revenue to date and listings in Sainsburys, Tesco Ireland, Ocado and more, they’re raising to launch new products and ramp up marketing to increase their market share.

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Whether you're a beginner or experienced investor, you can join our million-strong community investing beyond their property and pension by building a portfolio of startup, growth and venture-backed businesses with the potential to deliver significant returns.


Grubby is a plant-based recipe kit making cooking with plants accessible & exciting, while helping protect the planet. VC & angel

£1,500,000.00 Target
7.29% Equity

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Shop Greenr is on a mission to stand up to the big boy polluters and give consumers a better place to shop. Find

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Cars are starting to be banned from inner cities in Europe, creating a first- and last-mile transportation problem. BAQME allows users

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AGORA is a next gen shopping platform powered by short form video content. Users can discover from >50k beauty

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We're expanding into new markets across Europe

We’re excited to announce that we’re expanding into new markets across Europe, giving you greater access to an even more diverse range of businesses from across the continent.

With dedicated new teams across Europe, we’re already in talks with a great pipeline of exciting businesses and will share news and updates as they launch in the coming months.

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Helping Ukrainian refugees, 3 things you can do to help

Although the war in Ukraine is no longer dominating the UK news cycle, there are still many people who are suffering as a result of the conflict. Several of our Cubers have family in Ukraine, and we’re committed to continuing to support those affected by the war.

Whether you’re a founder, investor or an employee, there are still many ways that you can help

Career opportunities

Historically, we've matched investors with high-growth companies.

Now, we’re also helping to match Ukrainian job-seekers with companies looking for exceptional talent. If you know any Ukrainian refugees who have recently immigrated to the UK and are looking for work, we'd love to hear from you.

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UK Sponsorship

There are still many Ukrainians seeking temporary or permanent refuge in the UK.

The Homes for Ukraine government initiative allows refugees to move here legally, get government support and financing, and be eligible to work here. Having a UK sponsor expedites these applications and there is currently a shortfall of volunteers. If you think you can take on the responsibility of being a sponsor, click the link below.

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You might have seen our recent crowdfund on our sister platform Crowdfunder, where we raised £11,262 for UNICEF UK. Our crowdfund might be finished, but other fundraising initiatives are not!

Magnetto, a member of our Funded Community operating in Ukraine, initially focused on ensuring the safety of their own employees. Since then they have set up initiatives like, Charity Hero where you can donate.

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Frequently asked questions

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Can I invest on Crowdcube?

To invest on Crowdcube, you need to be over 18 years old and legally entitled to invest. You’ll also need to be a resident of the UK or a country where you may legally receive financial promotions of the nature provided. If you’re not sure whether you can invest through Crowdcube in your country, you should seek legal advice before making an account.

We can’t advertise investment opportunities to those living in the United States, Canada, Japan or any other country where it would be unlawful for our pitches to be advertised. Please don’t register with us if you are a resident in these countries.

When creating your account, make sure you create it in your own name, as we can’t accept joint investments. You’ll also be asked to choose an investor type (such as everyday or professional) and complete a quick questionnaire. This is to ensure you understand the high-risk nature of investing in startups and early-stage businesses. If you receive independent advice, you don’t have to fill out the questionnaire. These investor types won’t apply to all other platforms.

How can I make a return on my investment?

There are two ways you could make a return on your investment: (1) selling your share in the company for more than you paid for it, and (2) receiving dividends from the company.

Selling your shares

Ieally, the business you’ve invested in will grow to a point where it lists on the stock market (“going public”), is bought by a larger company, or the company management buys back equity from investors. At that point, you might be able to sell your shares and make a profit.

You can also express interest in selling  any shares in a company in your portfolio through Cubex, our secondary market, potentially realising the value of your investment without having to wait for one of the above liquidity events.

Expressing interest to buy or sell shares doesn’t guarantee that the transaction will happen, but if buy- and sell-side demands are met, we will seek to facilitate the transaction with the company and let you know when the sale goes live.

Cubex is currently in beta, but we’re working on the full roll-out now. Find out more and register your interest in buying or selling shares.

Receiving dividends

In addition, if the company you’ve invested in becomes profitable, it may be able to pay dividends.

Read more, including some examples of the exits and dividends our investor community have realised, on our investor returns page.

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We provide a way to invest and build a portfolio of European startups and scale-ups that are changing the world we live in.

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Find out about how to sell your equity stake in a private company and unlock the value of your investment.

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Risk warning

Investing in start-ups and early-stage businesses involves risks, including illiquidity, lack of dividends, loss of investment and dilution, and it should be done only as part of a diversified portfolio. Crowdcube is targeted exclusively at investors who are sufficiently sophisticated to understand these risks and make their own investment decisions. You will only be able to invest via Crowdcube once you are registered as sufficiently sophisticated. Please click here to read the full Risk Warning.

Crowdcube is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and the Comisión Nacional del Mercado de Valores (CNMV). This page has been approved by Crowdcube. Pitches for investment are not offers to the public and investments can only be made by members of on the basis of information provided in the pitches by the companies concerned. Further restrictions and Crowdcube's limitation of liability are set out in the Investor Terms and Conditions.

Investment opportunities are not offers to the public and investors must be eligible Crowdcube members. Please seek independent advice as required as Crowdcube does not give investment or tax advice.