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The leading platform last year was CrowdCube, which was responsible for 133 deals and a total raise of £87.3 million

Crowdfunding platforms have established themselves as a viable alternative to traditional equity funding sources for start-ups locally, according to c(...)

See.Sense’s Dublin project is part of the part of the Smart Dublin initiative backed by the four Dublin local authorities and Enterprise Ireland. Photograph: Tim Ireland/PA Wire

A Northern Ireland technology company with a passion for cycling is gearing up to launch a pioneering project to make Dublin more cyclist-friendly. T(...)

Crowdfunding provides small, capital-lite companies with an instant pool of funding to develop projects, leapfrogging banks and the more traditional route of seed funds and venture capital backers

“It was unquestionably the most stressful 30 days of my life.” That was Paul Canavan’s assessment of Invizbox’s crowdfunding campaigns, the latest of (...)

SeeSense founders Philip and Irene McAleese: funding will be used develop new product, develop sales and marketing and carry out more city trials

Cycling technology firm See.Sense is beginning a funding round through crowdfunding platform CrowdCube. The Co Down-based firm founded in 2013 to m(...)