10th September 2014
After two years of hard work, Crowd2Fund is finally ready to go live! Crowd2Fund celebrated its soft launch and first networking event in our new offices in Chancery Lane. To commend this moment we invited high net worth individuals such as the CEO of Flock Associates, Ex-COO of The Financial Times, Ex-CIO of HSBC Private Bank and Ex-Head of Global Financial Institutions at Schroders to name a few.
We also thought it would be a great idea to showcase some of the businesses we currently have on our platform. These include Ormary, Property Fortress, Your 3 Minutes, Chored and Musicplode. The businesses have been inspected thoroughly by our expert Finance Department not just in terms of compliance but also in terms of the value, potential and profitability as a business.
Our CEO, Chris Hancock, gave a notable speech mid-way through the event to outline the ambition and future plans of Crowd2Fund. The evening was a success, everyone had a fantastic time and it was brilliant to see so many people. The conversations (and wine) were flowing all evening, and it was great to hear so many positive responses towards Crowd2Fund.
Visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vKAwxPscl-M&feature=youtu.be to see the event where lots of interesting crowdfunding insights are discussed.
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