Webinar: How to achieve a successful crowdfunding campaign

Updated: Dec 13, 2021

We sat down with Crowdcube's Senior Equity Fundraising Manager, Daniel Sparkes, to bring you the final instalment in our fundraising webinar series...


🏆 "How to Achieve a Successful Crowdfunding Campaign!" 🏆


Thank you to all those who attended! We hope you enjoyed the session and walked away with an understanding of what it takes to run an effective crowdfunding campaign.


If you couldn't make it this time, don't worry. This blog will provide an overview of our discussion, as well as a full recording of the webinar for you to watch on-demand.


Firstly, if you’re in need of an immediate cash injection, Crowdcube might not be the place for you.


The platform secures funding for its campaigns over the course of 4-6 months, but the benefits that come from its' game-plan are incredibly valuable.


Across this timeline, you’ll be guided through the preparation, funding and completion phases by Crowdcube’s fundraising experts.


Having built a trusting relationship with its’ 1.2M registered investors, Crowdcube have a vested interest in perfecting all aspects of your campaign before it goes live, such as your marketing strategy, brand narrative, landing page, and so on.


The webinar recording provides a whistle-stop tour of Crowdcube’s end-to-end fundraising process, but here are some of the more important stops along the way...


  • In the run-up to going live, every member of your network should know you’re about to take on a crowd round. Momentum is key, and should be established early-on. Set-up an online countdown, create a data-capture landing page to notify potential investors, and shout it from the rooftops!

  • In the early stages, it's vital that your funding goal is set appropriately. When moving forward with your business, this will ensure that your round can cover the expenses that it needs to, but also it establishes the maximum dilution that you’re willing to sacrifice.

  • The private launch stage is key in ramping up the energy needed for a successful public launch. Private launches are designed for a community that's already engaged and left their details, allowing them to be the first to invest. This makes your die-hard fans feel valued, whilst building out your investor count and progress bar before the public sees it.