How equity crowdfunding works

Equity crowdfunding is a form of investment that allows a multitude of people (crowd= crowd) to become partners in startups and small and medium-sized companies (innovative and non-innovative), through investments disbursed to the companies themselves through authorized online portals: Mamacrowd is one of them.


Investing in an unlisted company means participating in the development of new entrepreneurial activities, contributing to thereal economy and the labor market, aiming to obtain a high potential for economic return.

On Mamacrowd it is possible to invest in startups and SMEs (both innovative and traditional) and real estate projects.

This heterogeneity allows for different risk profiles and opportunities, which enables us to create our diversified investment portfolio.


The financial return comes in two forms:

- The distribution of profits, in which the shareholder participates when they are produced and distributed, based on the percentage of company shares he or she has acquired.

- The multiplication of invested capital , generated by the growth of the company. Acquiring a share in a company when its valuation is still a few million euros allows us to bet on the fact that, once the valuation grows, the initial share purchased will also increase in value.

In successful cases this parameter can be very important and the financial return significant.


What if things go wrong? The worst case scenario that can occur is bankruptcy of the company. In this case, as in any other situation of financial distress or indebtedness of the company, the risk to the investor is limited to the loss of the invested capital; no other capital contribution can be required or owed by the partner.

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