The cat’s out of the bag: we’re launching our sixth crowdfunding round in May.
Last year our community invested £1m in a record-breaking 77 seconds, the fastest ever raise on Crowdcube.
Since then, we’ve grown from 25,000 customers to over 140,000 today.
Our new round will help us supercharge our growth.
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And our blog which answers the question, why now?
23 April 2020 12:39
Here we go again
Exclusive: Freetrade launching 6th crowdfunding campaign in May
@adam you know the Q that’s coming – any info on valuation?
23 April 2020 12:45
YES!!! Can’t wait for this
23 April 2020 12:56
Time for another game of…
Guess the share price!
Winner receives an extremely rare GIF via personal message.
23 April 2020 14:26
Excellent news. Am I right in assuming current investors, then current customers then open season in terms of investing windows?
23 April 2020 14:51
I’m going with 4£ a share. It’s time to start talking serious cash !
23 April 2020 15:14
I’m going a little more conservative and taking a stab at £1.50/share
23 April 2020 15:18
I’ll buy what you’re selling at £1.50!
Like all of these companies you have backed doing these multi round raises, one part of you is desperate to see a rapidly growing SP to make you feel good about your previous investment/s and calculate the paper gains, but the other part doesn’t want it too high to keep you incentivised to invest more
It’s a damn good problem to have.
23 April 2020 16:24
My guess is around 100 million valuation. Share price roughly £1.9
Round will be more like bridge round for series B
23 April 2020 16:49
What was the share price in the last round
Previous Freetrade crowdfunding share prices
R5 July 2019
R4 April 2019: 84p
R3 June 2018: 52p
R2 March 2017: 15p
R1 July 2016: 8p
23 April 2020 17:12
I’m guessing the SP will be in the £3.50-4 range.
23 April 2020 17:18
I think it will be between £3 & £4 if you go by active customers since July last year
23 April 2020 17:36
I’d love to see £3+, (I have just over 10,000 shares, if it’s £3+ I’ll be feeling pretty damn smug
But I think £1.5–£2.00 is probably more realistic
Is there a secondary market for people currently selling their existing shares? Without that as you say it is only paper gain which only has value when it can be realised… As could easily go the other way just as fast when competition ramps up. I hope Freetrade is successful though seems great so far.