You can refer new businesses to raise funds on Seedrs

It’s simple to refer an amazing business to Seedrs as a Seedrs partner. Join our partner network and introduce businesses to Seedrs.

And Seedrs investors can refer businesses looking to raise funding on Seedrs too: please contact us to get the ball rolling.

Finally, Alumni businesses can refer fellow founders looking to raise funding to us by logging in to your Alumni Club dashboard.

You can refer friends to invest on Seedrs

Introduce a friend to Seedrs and you'll both get £25 free investment credit.
You can find your referral link in your Profile page, in the Referrals tab.

Please note that referral fees are only triggered when the investment of £150 or more (invested within the first 30 days of signing up) of the person referred is successfully closed, so when the campaigns due diligence finished, the investment passes from the Investment Account to the Portfolio of the referred user and shares are issued, the fee will automatically be paid to the Investment Account balance.

Referral T & Cs

To qualify both investors for investment credit, the referred investor must invest a minimum of £150 through one or more investments through the Seedrs nominee within 30 days of creating a Seedrs account. For calculation purposes, all EUR investments will be converted to GBP on the date the investment is committed using the daily European Central Bank conversion rate. The credit will be paid in the currency of the qualifying investment, meaning the investment which takes the investor past the minimum amount. If the qualifying investment is in Euros, both investors will be credited the EUR equivalent of £25, calculated using the the daily European Central Bank conversion rate on the day the qualifying investment is committed. Investment credits will be paid into their Seedrs accounts if and when all qualifying investments are successfully completed. Any investment credits paid may not be withdrawn from your Seedrs account. This referral scheme is governed by our Referral Fee Terms.

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