Tagged: iolight

Now On Crowdcube: Tech Startups Lightvert & Tec Avenue Look to Raise Funds Through Equity Crowdfunding

Crowdcube announced on Tuesday three new funding opportunities that launched on its equity crowdfunding platform within the past week. The initiatives were dedicated to Tec Avenue, Lightvert, and #FundedClub member Iolight. Lightvert Lightvert is seeking £670,000 for the development of its new patented digital out… Read More

ioLight Launches Second Crowdcube Campaign: Seeks £250,000 For Growth & Expansion

Less than two years after securing £242,180 from 249 investors through its campaign on Crowdcube, ioLight has launched its second initiative on the equity crowdfunding platform and is currently seeking £250,000. As previously reported, ioLight was founded in 2014 by Andrew Monk and Richard Williams. The company is the… Read More

Brief: Crowdcube #FundedClub Member ioLight to Present Hi-Resolution Microscope at Cambridge’s e-Luminate Festival

Crowdcube alum and #FundedClub member ioLight will be presenting its hi-resolution microscope on Saturday at the e-Luminate Festival. ioLight took to Crowdcube in September for the microscope and surpassed its initial £150,000 and achieved£242,180 from goal thanks to nearly 250 investors. The device is considered to… Read More

ioLight & The Eden Project Form a #FundedClub Collaboration

On Monday, Crowdcube announced #FundedClub members, ioLight and The Eden Project, have teamed up for a special collaboration. The equity crowdfunding platform stated: “Eden Project are enthusiastic supporters of fellow #FundedClub member ioLight and were excited by the opportunity to test the ioLight microscope. ioLight,… Read More

Crowdcube #FundedClub Member ioLight to Demonstrate Mobile Microscope at Museum of Science & Industry

On Monday, Crowdcube alum and #FundedClub member ioLight announced that it will be demonstrating its Magnificent Mobile Microscope at the Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester on January 21st and 22nd. As previously reported, ioLight took to Crowdcube in September for the microscope and surpassed its initial £150,000… Read More