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SyndicateRoom

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Crowdfunding

Syndicate Room is an equity crowdfunding platform. We are using technology to revolutionise the way UK companies gain access to finance. We grant a wider investment community access to alternative investment opportunities, usually only available to professionals.

We are passionate about finding the game changing companies of the future, helping them raise finance and ultimately grow, increase job creation and keep the UK at the forefront of business worldwide.

SyndicateRoom is the first ever equity crowdfunding platform that allows the crowd to invest in start-ups alongside business angels and professional investors. Business Angels review and invest in opportunities that are usually not accessible to standard investors.

Through our partnerships with the top UK Business Angel networks, SyndicateRoom gives our members exclusive access to invest in the same opportunities, on the same terms and the same rights as some of the UK’s most successful business angels. Gain access to professional investments backed by professional investors.

Team Members

Fran O’Brien

Head of Private Markets, SyndicateRoom

Goncalo de Vasconcelos

CEO, SyndicateRoom

Upcoming Events

05
Jun
Policymaker Series: Simon McDougall, Executive Director for Technology, Policy & Innovation, ICO
Location: Deloitte Fusion, WeWork Waterhouse Square, Building 3, 138 Holborn, London EC1N 2SW
Join us on Wednesday 5th June for an interactive discussion, with Simon McDougall, Executive Director for Technology, Policy & Innovation...
12
Jun
Money Talks: VCs Take The Stage
Location: WeWork Waterhouse Square, 138 Holborn, London EC1N 2SW
Entrepreneurs go to VCs for money. But what if the tables were turned and investors had to pitch to entrepreneurs?...
21
Jun
Financial Inclusion Hack – A 48 Hour Hackathon to Bank the UnBanked
Location: Royal Bank of Scotland HQ 175 Glasgow Road, Edinburgh, EH12 9SB
Hosted by Founders of the Future : Powered by RBS and Innovate Finance According to the Financial Inclusion Commission, there...