The financing systems have changed. It has gone from financing through traditional banks to new forms and alternative financing instruments, such as crowdfunding, Business Angels and Fintech companies.
The European Commission, through different published documents, points out the need to carry out actions aimed at improving the knowledge of new investors, who finance a project, for example, through crowdfunding.
One of the activities proposed by the European Commission, according to the Communication “Unlocking the potential of collective microfinance in the EU” published on 03-27-3014 (COM (2014) 172) is “Achieving greater awareness of collective microfinance, improving information and training and raising quality levels “.
One of the companies in our group is a crowdfunding platform that finances projects from its initial phase (TRL0) to the commercialization phase (TRL9).