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Last week I wrote about us putting our latest venture on Crowdcube and how important we believe it is to allow everybody to participate in investing in startups.
Since then people have asked what I meant by that or why we believe this.
It’s inherently unfair that retail investors (regular people) get to invest in tech stocks only once they float on a stock exchange.
We’re really interested in equity crowd funding. We believe that startups should be an asset class available to all investors large or small.
That’s why when it came to raising a seed round for DeskBeers we decided to put it on Crowdcube It’s exciting for us to be able to allow people to participate in our venturing and to be able to invest as little as £10.
You can see the pitch and the details here.
We believe that startups should be an asset class available to all investors large or small.
Last week was a big week for Mint. We turned 10!
It’s been a remarkable 10 years. We’re incredibly proud of all the work we’ve done: from working on a whole bunch of amazing client projects, to starting a TV production company. From spinning out and selling companies originated at Mint, to collecting our very own Mint menagerie.
Now feels like the perfect time to reflect on where 10 years of making and breaking things has brought Mint.