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5-steps to growing in love

The more love you give away, the more love you will have. ― John O'Donohue, Anam Cara

14th February 2023

They say what you give is what you get. Why not give some love this Valentine's Day? 

In business, we know it's important to build long-lasting relationships,  we understand that communication is key and when investing we know that diversifying our portfolios reduces risk. Why not try the same at home this Valentine's Day; invest in love and new ways to express it. We challenge you to learn a new love language. Here's a list of 5 ideas to help you grow in love, it includes small businesses in the UK that have flourished as a result of your lending. 

SPEND TIME TOGETHER. 

Spend quality time together while having fun with your loved one. Do something unique, something creative. Like pottery! Grant Pratt at Bluematchbox Potters Supplies raised £159,701.65. Funds will be used for stock and refurbishment. Find out more. 

Pottery

 SHOWER THEM WITH GIFTS.

You can’t buy happiness, but you can buy handbags. Give your love a Lose The Labels London affordable luxury handbag. Learn more about this extraordinary entrepreneur in our Conversations with Entrepreneurs article. Thanks to your investment, Chace was fully funded. 

 ACTS OF SERVICE.

You know that dentist appointment your partner hasn't managed to book yet? Why not show them you care and book it for them at Keep Smiling. Perhaps not a conventional present, but brownie points for practicality and creativity. Pedro Mendoza successfully raised £50,000 with us, find out more about his success here. 

 GET PHYSICAL.

Apparently, those that sweat together, stay together. If you enjoy sports why not try CrossFit with your other half?  Crossfit Chichester offers exciting and engaging programs that help their clients get healthy and stay fit. They raised £56k in 16 days. 

SAY IT SWEETLY. 

Write a card, express your love and eat cake. The genuine cake company could be the perfect solution for you this Valentine's Day.  The genuine cake company has raised funds on Crowd2Fund several times to support the expansion of their business over the years, from shop renovations to the purchase of industrial ovens and mixers. Their last campaign raised £48k in three days. Receive 10% off with promo code: FB10.

 

Food

At Crowd2Fund backing great British businesses really is at the heart of what we do. We provide ongoing support to our investors and entrepreneurs, so, let’s grow. 

 

For current opportunities click here.

For funding click here.

Tax treatment of any of the investment offers will depend on the individual circumstances of each investor and may be subject to change in the future.






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