Crowdfunding platforms in Croatia

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          The CREDON platform operates as part of a financial holding company that implements and supports the CREDITONLINE credit business management system in more than 15 countrie...

          CroInvest is the first Croatian crowdfunding platform for financing entrepreneurial, infrastructural, and socially useful projects with a special emphasis on projects compe...

          Robo.cash is a fully automated investment platform launched in February 2017. Today, it is open for investors throughout the European Union, UK and Switzerland.The platform...

          Hive5 is p2p lending platform that connects Loan originators who want to borrow with investors who want to lend to them. Hive5 platform is a marketplace for Loan originator...

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          There are 4 crowdfunding platforms in Croatia which focus on P2P lending, Reward, Debt, Donation and Equity. They provide investment opportunities for retail and accredited investors in a variety of business sectors: andME. Some of the crowdfunding platforms that are listed here also work in Croatia.

          The minimum investment amount depends on the crowdfunding platform type and industry. On this listing, you will find crowdfunding platforms that offer investment opportunities starting at 10€ with a maximum investment amount of 50€.

          As a crowdfunding platform directory, we verify the most active crowdfunding platforms if they reach out and claim their profile.

          Fun fact: among all the crowdfunding platforms listed here, the oldest has been founded in 2007 and the youngest in 2022.



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