The crisis caused by the outbreak is impacting the crowdfunding and online investment platforms around the world.
Some of the platforms claim that it’s business as usual and manage to convince investors not to withdraw funds until the dust settles. Others adapt by offering repayment holidays, revamping secondary markets, and even exploring into new niches.
We decided to take a closer look at how crowdfunding platforms are responding to the crisis and explore into the tech side of their business.
We are conducting a survey among the crowdfunding platforms in the UK and Europe with the aim to explore how the current crisis has impacted their operations and get insight into the tech side of the business. Based on the data, we’ll create an industry report that we will share publicly, however, the contributors will get an extended report in advance.
What we’ll cover:
- positive and negative impact on various aspects of the business,
- software used for the platform,
- level of automation (payments, KYC),
- marketing activities,
- funding type, etc.
The information remains confidential and anonymised.
If you own or operate a crowdfunding platform in the UK or Europe, spend 20 minutes in exchange for unique insights. Contributions are extended until May 12th.
Feel free to share the link with your network and get in touch with your suggestions regarding the questions or anything else.