Equity Crowdfunding demystified at our popular crowdfunding event in Hatton Garden. This event provides all the practical advice you need to run a successful crowdfunding campaign. Whether you're getting ready to run a campaign or currently working out the kinks, come along and soak up the knowledge, while connecting with amazing entrepreneurs like yourself.
Some of what you'll take away from the evening:
How does equity crowdfunding sites like Crowdcube work
Network with the speakers and attendees
How to reach a six figure campaign
Whether your business is suited for equity crowdfunding
What tools to use to get your campaign out there
What an investor looks for in a campaign
How to get your crowdfunding campaign in the press
What you should be doing to not only launch a strong campaign, but sustain one
What it takes to prepare for your campaign
This is an opportunity for you to hear directly from the experts and ask all your burning questions, so come prepared. Come and meet startups looking to raise an investment, PR specialists, investors and more.
On the panel:
Nadine is the founder of Just Entrepreneurs, a media publication dedicated to inspiring and educating entrepreneurs across the globe. Nadine launched Just Entrepreneurs in 2015, with the intention of being the number place startups and seasoned entrepreneurs go to, to share their amazing businesses, connect and be inspired. With an accumulated 7 years worth of experience in marketing, content creation and events Nadine strongly believes that the power of creating the right content will always yield great results. Being a mother of three, Nadine tends to incorporate her children into her work schedule, which has inspired an abundance of mumpreneurs to break the fear of coupling work with being a mother.
Before starting Just Entrepreneurs, Nadine left her long standing role as a Youth Work and later Accountant, to take up an internship position in Editorial working for Shaa Wasmund MBE. Nadine worked her way up from an intern to Head of Marketing and Events & Loans Coordinator, which resulted in her planning, marketing and running some of the greatest networking events in London; working with the likes of O2, Start Up Loans and Santander.
Darren Mulvihill is a Senior Business Development Manager withCrowdcube, the world’s first and leading investment crowdfunding platform. Darrenworks with entrepreneurs who are looking to use the Crowdcube platform to raise investment for their businesses, enabling them to get the most out of the process as well as understand how to plan for successful campaigns.
Prior to joining Crowdcube, Darren worked with an angel investment fund based in Ireland and established the Irish chapter of Startup Grind. He is a graduate of the Michael Smurfit School of Business at University College Dublin.
Alison is the founder of Adia PR and the torchbearer behind some of the UK’s most disruptive and trailblazing entrepreneurs. Alison launched Adia PR in 2013 to help inspired entrepreneurs to build brand awareness and get noticed in the media as ‘the’ go-to experts in their field. Her clients are regularly featured in the crème de la crème of the media world, like The Times, Forbes, and The BBC, and they’re frequently winners of coveted industry awards. Alison’s impressive background includes key marketing roles at global consultancy Accenture, a pioneering real estate company in New York and the European Commission in Brussels. Her first step into the entrepreneurial world was launching an Italian food ecommerce business into the UK.
As a PR innovator, Alison has led the way with Kickstarter and Crowdfunding campaigns. She has helped many of her clients launch their new products after successfully reaching their funding goals in record time. Alison was asked to advise on the PR strategy for one of the first companies to launch on Tesco’s new crowdfunding platform BackIt.
More speakers TBC
After the panel discussion you will have the opportunity to network with the speakers, build contacts with other amazing entrepreneurs and ask questions you may not have had the opportunity to ask during the panel discussion. Wine, tea, water and nibbles will be provided.
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