Crowdcube charges two main types of fees:

  • For companies raising money on the platform:
    • A success fee of 7% (excluding VAT) on the amount successfully raised.
    • A completion fee of 0.75% – 1.5% of all funds raised, depending on the size of the raise.
  • For investors investing on the platform:
    • An investment fee of 2.49%, with a minimum fee of £2.49 and a maximum fee of £250.
    • A success fee of 5% on any profit made on investments.

Crowdcube also charges some additional fees for certain services, such as due diligence and marketing support.

Here are some examples of how Crowdcube’s fees would work:

  • Company raising £1 million: The company would pay a success fee of £70,000 and a completion fee of between £7,500 and £15,000, for a total of between £77,500 and £85,000.
  • Investor investing £10,000 in a company that goes on to be successful: The investor would pay an investment fee of £249 and a success fee of £500, for a total of £749.

It is important to note that Crowdcube’s fees are subject to change, so it is always best to check the latest pricing information on the Crowdcube website before launching a campaign or investing in a company.