• Paper figurines of diverse people standing in front of stack of coins
    What is Equity Crowdfunding?     By now most of us have heard of Kickstarter type crowdfunding where companies collect money from many people online in exchange for a future product or for rewards. By contrast Equity Crowdfunding collects money from many people online, but in this case the people get shares of ownership in the company.   Equity crowdfunding is still relatively new   In 2016, the Crowdfunding law went into effect allowing every
  • Hand dropping coins into jars with coins, increasing in height and with plants emerging
    6 Ways to Own A Piece of the Vegan Economy     While this club’s main focus is small public offerings and equity Crowdfunding, there’s of course more than one way small investors can own a piece of the Vegan economy, and we’ll be sharing some of these with you today!   We’ll outline some of the ways to own shares in your favorite Vegan businesses, and touch on pros and cons of each. 1.
  • Founder of Vegan Fine Foods standing in front of his store
    How I invested in Vegan Fine Foods     Earlier this year I invested in Vegan Fine Foods through their Equity Crowdfunding campaign on the Wefunder Portal I know some of us have decided to invest in Vegan companies for ethical reasons, to help push Vegan businesses forward so that they can overtake their non-Vegan competitors. It’s my dream to one day walk down the street and walk into any restaurant knowing that they will
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    Why I invested $395 in a Vegan startup   This past February I invested $395 in the UK Vegan startup, allplants, Ltd, posted on the Seedrs Portal. Some of my U.S. friends tried to invest as well, but this offering was not open to Americans.   It was my first time contributing to an equity Crowdfund campaign or investing in a Vegan company! I’d never actually tasted their meals (and I still haven’t!), but their