For the last six months, five British fintech ventures raised £6,9M from their current and potential clients via crowdinvesting (equity crowdfunding) platforms.
This news were positively received by investing community - because it is not simply about "raising £1M on the market", but rather about planting your idea into your clients' minds and inspiring them to risk their money to help you to build your service.
This case is a good example to follow not only for neobanks (three of them), but also for other fintech ventures. In 2016, London-based challenger bank Tande raised over...
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