Crowdcube Campaign Now Live!

January 28th, 2015
by The People Who Share

Hello Sharers!

Today is a very big day for us here at It's All Share and we’d definitely like you to be part of it!  We’re taking the first step in our growth plans to turn It's All Share into the go-to global brand of the Sharing Economy, delivering on our vision to open up the Sharing Economy just as eBay opened up the second-hand goods market… and we need your help to do just that!

Our Crowdcube campaign is now live, and this is a great opportunity for you to buy into It's all Share and be an active player in the Sharing Economy! *

Didn’t you run a campaign last year?

We sure did! We made crowdfunding history by being the first company to ever triple its target. With that success we were able to focus on the development of the It's All Share platform, grow our product inventories, and include a host of functionalities to make www.itsallshare.com what it is today. 

How much are you raising this time?

We are looking to raise a bridging round of £100k. 

What will you do with this new investment?

This time we will focus on reaching out to all those people who might not know about us yet, grow our member base and generally increase usage of our platform, important targets for us to attract Series A funding and make the giant leap we need to bring the Sharing Economy to everyone. We will also continue to bring improvements and new functionalities to www.itsallshare.com

All of this information and more – as well as a great video featuring Chief Sharer Benita Matofska, and Chief Geek Nick Tong – is available on our Crowdcube campaign page. 

It'd mean the world to us here at It's All Share if you could spread the word using the Facebook and Twitter buttons on our Crowdcube campaign page or share this article using the buttons below. Just two clicks can make a HUGE difference!

Thank you for all your support in helping us open up the Sharing Economy for everyone!

 

* The content of this promotion has not been approved by an authorised person within the meaning of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (FSMA). Reliance on this promotion for the purpose of engaging in any investment activity may expose an individual to a significant risk of losing all of the property or other assets invested. If you are in doubt about the content of this memorandum and/or any action you should take, you are strongly recommended to seek your own independent financial advice immediately from your stockbroker, solicitor, accountant or other independent financial advisor authorised under the FSMA.