We are Crowdfunding

What is the share price and valuation?

You’ll be able to see this information, and more, in our pitch deck on the Crowdcube platform when the campaign goes live.

How do I go about trying to get my money back out if I invest?

Investing on Crowdcube is not the same as buying shares in a publicly-traded company such as Lloyds or Starbucks. Agridledger is a private company. That means any shares you acquire via Crowdcube cannot be bought and sold on a stock exchange at this time. ‍
If, in the future, Agriledger were to go public or be acquired by another company, you could receive money for your shares or be able to sell them on an exchange. For now, while it is possible to sell your shareholding if you find a buyer, you should bear in mind that there are restrictions on transfers and there is no active secondary market for private shares.

How do I actually invest?

To invest in the Agriledger crowdfunding campaign, you must sign up to Crowdcube. You can do this on the Crowdcube website. Once you’ve signed up and the Agriledger crowdfunding round has opened, you’ll be able to invest. Your money will not be taken until the round has officially closed and the cooling-off period has ended.





Why is Agriledger fundraising?

To supercharge our already explosive growth.

Since we started working with farms in Haiti, we have seen multiple applications of our technology in new markets around the globe. We are looking to provide our unique tracking solution to the pharmaceutical companies, including the tracking of Covid-19 tests and vaccinations.


Can you tell me more about investing in Agriledger?

Our community have played an important part in building Agriledger, from testing new features to spreading the word. So we think they should have a chance to share in our future success too. Investing in Agriledger will allow us to grow the business into new markets and expand the work done by our incredible team.

Just remember that startup investing does carry significant risks, including illiquidity, lack of dividends, loss of investment and dilution. You can read more about them on the Crowdcube website.

Will the round be eligible for EIS?

Yes. You can read more about the Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) here. Remember, the tax treatment is dependent on your personal circumstances and may be subject to future change.

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