• Industry: Real estate
  • Type: Equity, P2P lending
  • Min. investment: €100
  • Country: Ireland

Spark Сrowdfunding

Working here? Claim this profile

Spark Crowdfunding is Ireland's only equity crowdfunding company based in Dublin city centre. Its equity crowdfunding platform enables investors to invest in various stage Irish companies and it gives Irish companies the opportunity to raise new funds quickly and at low cost to accelerate their business growth.

Spark Сrowdfunding alternatives

Bloomio is a consumer finance fintech working on redesigning the venture capital industry. Bloomio provides a digital investment and trading platform where early-stage star...

Spark Crowdfunding is Ireland's only equity crowdfunding company based in Dublin city centre. Its equity crowdfunding platform enables investors to invest in various stage ...

Property Partner is the simpler, smarter way to grow your property portfolio. It allows investing in residential, purpose-built student accommodation and commercial propert...

Scramble

Verified platform

Scramble is a financial technology company with a distributed team spread across Europe and HQ in Tallinn, Estonia. We are backed by a group of prominent venture investors ...

Fixura is the oldest company in the P2P-lending business in the Northern countries. It unites investors and private persons in need for financing in a way that benefits bot...

NPEX is the stock exchange where you as an investor can buy and/or trade shares and bonds of Dutch SMEs. NPEX BV is an investment firm with an MTF license from the Nethe...

Since 2020, Achtstein Invest AG has been offering private investors a new crowd investing platform for investing through participation in real estate financing. Our team ha...

Lenndy is a peer-to-peer lending marketplace, where investors can invest in loans by buying out prior issued loan rights. Using the platform operators’ technological soluti...



crowdfunding industry report 2022
Crowdfunding industry report 2022 is released!

Find out how platforms adopt the European crowdfunding regulations, how they handle new marketing challenges and what they do to prepare for a potential economic decline.