The average investor has the ability to invest in private companies.
Our team of customer service representatives will be here to assist you in the investment process. You of course must do your own due diligence, but we are here to make that process smoother for you.
You can now make a difference and invest in the future of companies and entrepreneurs you choose. Small business is what drives the U.S. economy and you can now be an integral part of that engine. And, you can own a piece of the companies of the future.
The average investor will have the opportunity to add non-public companies to their investment portfolio.
Global Pharma Labs, Inc. is a pharmaceutical company focused on developing effective low-priced medication treatments of diseases affecting humans.
Raising $40,000,000 via Regulation A+
RONN Motor Group, Inc. is a multinational clean tech automotive developer and manufacturer of zero-emission transportation platforms: automobiles, mini-buses, trucks, small fleet vehicles and Hypercars.
Raising $50,000,000 via Regulation A+
Our mission is to preserve the legacy of legendary artists, encourage the work of upcoming artists, and protect the rights of creators.
Raising $18,000,000 via Regulation A+
United News International plans to fill a deficiency in the global market for a modern, video-first, facts only news service.
Raising $50,000,000 via Regulation A+
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Raising via Regulation D • Accredited Investors Only
Our experienced team has created an investment outlet for non-accredited investors. This is an excellent opportunity in the early stages in one of the fastest growing industries in the United States.
Raising $5,000,000 via Regulation A+
171 companies have filed to raise up to $3 billion in financing
Of the 97 companies that have been qualified by the SEC, they are seeking to raise over $1.5 billion
Approximately $238 million has been raised and reported
The average company seeks to raise $18 million with an offeringSee How It Works
“Before mid-2015, only accredited investors (the top 3% of Americans) were able to invest in private companies. After the JOBS Act was passed it allowed the average American to invest in private companies. I saw this as an opportunity to help entrepreneurs fulfill their dreams of expansion as well as opening up the world of investing in the next big thing to the average American.”Matt McCall
CEO & Founder of CrowdVest to Entrepreneur Magazine
Every great idea and product will need to raise capital at one point during their growth cycle. With the introduction of the JOBS Act there are now new ways to raise the capital needed from millions of investors around the country.
Using CrowdVest will help save time during the capital raise and allow you to focus on what is most important – growing the company.
Running a startup and raising money will never be easy, but it can be simple. And with CrowdVest the process will be made as seamless as possible as we walk you through from start to finish
It is not only extremely difficult for a small company to go to the big guys on Wall Street to ask for money, it is also very expensive. We strive to keep our costs low and help the companies that use CrowdVest raise the money they need to fund their growth.
All great companies began as a startup at some point in their lifetime and today you can invest in early stage private companies. Start building your portfolio today.
Invest as little as $500 in a company, allowing you the ability to build a diversified portfolio of startups.
Choose from a diversified group of non-public companies that are listed on CrowdVest. Each company will go through a vetting process before they are approved by Crowdvest to list their offering on the platform.
Be a part of a new generation of investors that have the ability to fund the entrepreneurs and companies of the future.
These investments are speculative, generally illiquid, and investors could lose their entire investment