1. Investors
  2. Investor Returns

Investor returns

Over 50,000 investors have had the chance to realise more than £60m in returns from investments made with Crowdcube.

Global brands like Nestle, Europcar, Diageo and EDF have acquired businesses that raised with Crowdcube, while others have listed on the stock market or completed a secondary share sale on Cubex.

Cubex: Unlocking liquidity for shareholders in private companies

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Gone are the days when a successful exit for businesses and investors meant only a blockbuster IPO or acquisition. European business leaders are choosing to stay private, for longer but they still want to reward early investors and key personnel.

Cubex solves this and unlocks much-needed liquidity for people to reinvest in the next generation of high-growth businesses.

Investor exits

Check out some of the returns our investor community has realised backing businesses they believe in with Crowdcube.

Businesses paying dividends

Acquisitions and IPOs are not the only way to get a return on your investment. The following businesses have shared any annual profits by making dividend payments to their shareholders.

Our Funded Community portfolio

Let’s dive into our portfolio of startup, early and growth-stage businesses, funded by year, to find out where they are now, after raising investment with Crowdcube.

2011 - 2019

  • 6% exit
  • 80% still trading
  • 14% no longer trading
Get started on building your portfolio

Crowdcube is built on a vision to make equity investing accessible and rewarding. Now more than ever, as we feel increasingly out of control in so many areas of our lives, the one thing we can influence is our personal finances and how they work for us. Start building your own investment portfolio by supporting the businesses that matter to you, today.

As with all investing, particularly in seed or early-stage businesses, it is important to diversify your portfolio by making a range of investments. This is to help balance the risk of losing capital by investing across sectors and stages.

Please remember that past performance is not a reliable indicator of future returns and your capital is at risk.