Equitise - Crowdfunding
Banking and Financial Services - Sydney, NSW
The future of equity crowdfunding through Equitise We are creating an intuitive and automated investment ecosystem which is highly social and inclusive for ALL investors from family offices, to VCs.
Equitise is an online equity crowdfunding platform in Sydney connecting start-ups and high growth businesses, with a broad range of investors. We help businesses grow and thrive in a simple, intuitive and social way by disrupting the investment marketplace and removing the traditional funding barriers and costs.
Founded by Chris Gilbert, Jonny Wilkinson and Panche Gjorgjevski in Australia in 2014 with Will Mahon-Heap joining the team early 2015 coinciding with the launch of our New Zealand operations. We bring together the Australasian investment network, providing a platform for high-growth and innovative companies to partner with investors who believe in them.
Equitise is creating an intuitive and automated investment ecosystem which is highly social and inclusive for ALL investors (from family offices to VC’s, high net worth angels and less experienced retail investors).
To date, Equitise has attracted some of the most sophisticated and best financial investors Investec, AWI Ventures, H2 Ventures, Tank Stream Ventures and Bridgelane Capital. Equitise has also received investment from members of New Zealand’s most active Angel Group (Flying Kiwi Angels) and other well-known angel investors with prior exits in the online disruption space such as Spreets (exited to Yahoo!7 for $40m) and Brands Exclusive (exited to APN for $80m).
• Equity Crowdfunding
• Capital Raisings
• Venture Capital
• Private Company
If you're looking for a trusted company in Sydney, contact Equitise today!
Chris has a professional background in investment banking and management consulting. This, combined with his determination to improve the accessibility of capital for New Zealand and Australian startups and small and medium sized businesses, inspired his decision to found Equitise.