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Crowdcube Spain Closes Biggest Round of Biotech Equity Crowdfunding

  Mind the Byte, a bioinformatics company operating in the Barcelona Science Park and the Copenhagen Bio Science Park, has concluded its equity crowdfunding round on Crowdcube Spain. The offer closed with 115 private investors raising €234,310 which is the largest crowdfunding round ever in Spain… Read More

Spain Updates Crowdfunding Regulations, Crowdcube Spain Shares Perspective

Crowdfunding has bee legal in Spain for some time now but the first run at creating a viable regulatory regime endured several challenges.  Regulations published in february 2014 were broadly criticized for being overly restrictive and the new rules are being described as an improvement having eliminated several restrictions… Read More

Crowdcube Spain Has Now Raised Over € 1 Million for SMEs

Launched last summer, Crowdcube Spain has surpassed € 1 million raised for small companies hitting a milestone for the young company.  To date 6 companies have successfully raised funds on the site. One of the companies raising capital on Crowdcube was HEMAV, a Barcelona based… Read More

Crowdcube Spain Breaks National Crowdfunding Record with HEMAV

Crowdcube  Spain shares they have broken the Spanish equity crowdfunding record in raising €450,000 for Barcelona drop company HEMAV.  The funding round closed in 6 days with the backing of 73 investors.  HEMAV added four new board members including Lluis Font the co-founder of Zyncro and… Read More

Crowdfunding Bypasses Party Finance Laws, Warns Spain’s Audit Court

Today El Pais posted news reguarding Spain’s Audit Court’s about a loophole in party financing legislation that could be used to circumvent legal restrictions on donations: “The problem lies with financial contributions made through crowdfunding websites, which make it difficult to identify individual donors. The… Read More

Crowdcube Enters Spain

Crowdcube has announced expansion into multiple markets beyond their UK base.  The most recent big move was opening up shop in Spain where they have put a local team of managers in place.  This southern European country has not been known for their entrepreneurial environment… Read More

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