Tagged: knightscope

SeedInvest’s Biggest Raise: Knightscope Crowdfunds $20 Million

In 2017, Knightscope, a robotics firm, raised $20 million on equity crowdfunding platform SeedInvest – their largest crowdfunding round to date.  Knightscope raised capital using Reg A+, an upated securities exemption that allows companies to raise up to $50 million from both accredited and non-accredited individuals…. Read More

Ryan Feit, CEO of SeedInvest, Updates on 2017 Progress & Crowdcube Partnership

SeedInvest is one of the most selective investment crowdfunding platforms in the US. Launched in 2012 by Ryan Feit and James Han when the JOBS Act of 2012 was signed into law, the two founders most likely had no idea how long it would take… Read More

Knightscope Raises $20 Million on SeedInvest, Largest Round Ever for Crowdfunding Platform

Knightscope has raised its maximum target crowdfunding goal of $20 million on SeedInvest. The fully subscribed offering now holds the title of the single largest offer to raise capital on the platform. Knightscope aggressively pursued investors with a slick cable campaign with commercials running on… Read More

Knightscope Reports $15 Million in Reg A+ Crowdfunding on SeedInvest, Still Time to Invest

Knightscope, an autonomous security robot developer, has raised over $15 million to date in its Reg A+ crowdfunding offer on SeedInvest. This is according to a release from the company as it seeks to raise up to $20 million over the next couple weeks. So… Read More

Update: Knightscope Becomes First Company To Surpass $10 Million on SeedInvest

Silicon Valley-based Knightscope has reportedly secured $10 million through its “mini-IPO” Reg A+ equity crowdfunding campaign on SeedInvest. The initiative was launched earlier this year and is seeking $20 million as part of its Series M efforts. It has now been dubbed the most successful campaign… Read More

Software, Hardware & Humans: Knightscope Seeks $20M on SeedInvest

It has been two weeks since Knightscope announced its “mini-IPO” Reg A+ equity crowdfunding campaign on SeedInvest where the company is seeking to raise $20 million.  Based in Mountain View, in the heart of Silicon Valley, the startup says that it is currently worth $80 million…. Read More