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Investments of this nature carry risks to your capital. Please invest aware.
What is crowdfunding?
Crowdfunding is a fundraising model that allows many more funders to invest in us through an online crowdfunding platform to raise finance. In equity-based crowdfunding, as an investor, you look to make a return on your investment if the company exits a higher value than when you invested – making a profit from it.
As you invest at your own risk, note that investments depend on the business raising the full amount sought to go ahead. Investors also have a 7-day ‘cooling-off period in case you change your mind. For more information please visit our crowdfunding partner Crowdcube.
How do i invest in the Clikk company?
Clikk has partnered with equity investment experts Crowdcube to offer our shares.
To become a shareholder of Clikk you will need to open an account with Crowdcube and place your investment through them. Your investment will be administered and held through your Crowdcube account.
Please note that you must be over 18 years old and legally entitled to invest. You will also need to be a resident of UK, Ireland or a country where you may legally receive financial promotions of the nature provided. Unfortunately residents of Japan, Canada and the US are not allowed to invest unless they are SEC accredited.
What is the benefit to invest in the Clikk company?
By becoming a shareholder, you are investing in the future of the social media industry. In the large but traditional social media industry, there is much room for improvement around the way social media is used, exchanged and distributed.
You now have the opportunity to participate in this exciting growth and support the development of these efforts. Fill in your information to stay on the loop for our upcoming crowdfunding campaign.
When will the campaign go live?
The public crowdfunding campaign will begin in July 2021, accessible on Crowdcube.
What are the main risk in investing in shares?
There are two principal risks to be aware of when investing in shares, particular when investing in growth focused businesses:
1. The value of your shares depends on the success of the company. If the company is unsuccessful and decreases in value, the value of your shares will also fall. If the company fails completely and goes out of business, you would lose all of your investment.
2. Your shares in Clikk, as a private company without its shares being traded on a public market, are illiquid, which means they can be difficult to sell and it can be hard to value them. It may not be possible to sell them at all, even if the business is a success and your shares have increased in value. You should therefore be prepared to hold your shares for the long-term.
3. You can find out more information about making an equity investment, including the different risks involved, in the appropriate information section from Crowdcube (the investment platform where our campaign is available).
What are the fees for investing?
Crowdcube, like all crowdfunding platforms, applies a fee on the amount any individual invests in a company. This is set at 1.5%, subject to a minimum of 50p up to a maximum of £250. This covers some of their costs with providing the platform, due diligence, legal checks and all the necessary paperwork and other administration related to processing the investments, including issue share certificates and anti-money laundering checks and ongoing management of the investments. You can find more information about Crowdcube fees on their website at www.crowdcube.com
When will the round close?
The campaign will last for up to 30 days, or whenever we reach or target. If we hit our target sooner then we will give a 24-hour warning before the round closes. Please note, there is a limited amount of equity available in this round and we expect the round to fill quickly therefore we encourage you to pledge your commitment as soon as the round opens.
The campaign will close as soon as we hit the maximum amount we have opened to the crowd, or once the 30 days is up.
When will I be able to sell my shares?
The exit options for investors in start-up and growth stage businesses are quite different from the process of buying and selling shares. Currently, shares bought in the types of businesses on the Crowdcube platform are not typically available to trade on a secondary market, and therefore your exit options as an investor are more limited.
If Clikk continues to grow, there could be other opportunities in the future to sell your shares. This might be if the company lists on a stock exchange, Clikk is bought by another company or the company offers to buy back your shares using profits.
How much do I need to invest in crowdfunding?
Investors will then have the option to invest in businesses from £10, but will be rounded to the closest multiple of the share price.
For example, if a share price is £3.10, the minimum investment in that pitch will be £12.40. You will be prompted with the minimum investment amount in the particular pitch, or the closest multiple of the share price when making an investment.