Tagged: sustainable

Overfunding: Sustainable Banking App Yayzy Quickly Surpasses £200,000 Funding Target Through Seedrs Crowdfunding Campaign

Yayzy, a UK-based sustainable banking app, has successfully secured its initial £200,000 funding target through its equity crowdfunding campaign on Seedrs. Founded in 2019, the Yayzy team has created technology that calculates carbon footprint using payment data and is helping individuals and customers at other… Read More

Standard Chartered Completes First Impact-Focused Subscription Finance Facility

  Standard Chartered, a UK-based multinational banking and financial services company with $688 billion in assets, announced earlier this week it completed its first-ever sustainable use of proceeds subscription finance facility. According to Standard Chartered, funds will be drawn by the manager and will be… Read More

Sustainable Development Crowdlending Platform Oneplanetcrowd Gets European Union Support

Oneplanetcrowd, a crowdlending platform, has received € 1 million in growth finance from the European Investment Fund to support social entrepreneurship. The funding from the EIF came via the EU’s Employment and Social Innovation Programme Capacity Building Investments window. According to a statement by the… Read More

Overfunding: Online Sustainble Marketplace Weecos Secures Minimum €140,000 Funding Target on Invesdor

Weecos, an online sustainable marketplace and ready to scale globally with the vastest range of sustainable products in the Nordic countries, has raised its minimum €140,000 funding target on  equity crowdfunding platform Invesdor. As previously reported, Weecos was founded in 2012 and claims to be the first marketplace… Read More

Brief: Alquity, UK Asset Management Company, Raising Funds On Crowdcube To Become $1B Fund By 2019

For Alquity, a $100m high-growth UK-based asset management company, the road to becoming a $1 billion fund runs through Crowdcube. The company is raising £500k via the crowdfunding platform to support its growth objective of becoming a $1 billion fund by 2019. Funds raised will be used… Read More

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