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Active Investment

All campaigns below are offered under Section 4(a)(6) of the Securities Act, known as the "crowdfunding exemption."

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Get in Early!In the past, only the wealthy could invest in startups. That's changed with new laws.

Equity crowdfunding makes it possible to invest early in companies you think may hit it big and be a part of the company's story early on.
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Why Startups?People invest mainly for potential financial gain.

Startup equity crowdfunding also lets you back ideas and teams you truly believe in.

It's important to know that early stage startup investing is risky.
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Why Fundify?Besides access, most lack info.

We find Experts to comment on the industries they know best. We then share their insights freely to further inform you.

Plus you always invest fee-free on Fundify, often with minimums as low as $10.

Fast Pitch Preview

These are "test the waters" preview campaigns, per SEC Rule 241.

Fast Pitch Preview (FPP) Campaign Information

These Startups are considering raising capital through a Regulation Crowdfunding campaign on Fundify and are running a fast pitch preview campaign to gauge Investor interest.

During this fast pitch preview campaign:
  1. No money or other consideration is being solicited, and if sent, will not be accepted.
  2. No offer to buy the securities can be accepted and no part of the purchase price can be received until the offering statement is filed and only through Fundify’s platform.
  3. A prospective purchaser’s indication of interest is nonbinding.

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Startup Partners

Fundify partners with these companies to offer specially negotiated deals to Startups raising on our platform. See deals.

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