Category Archives: Cadia Startup Exchange

This page contains news about Cadia Startup Exchange, the world’s first equity crowdfunding platform with a secondary market which targets both startup companies and small & medium-sized enterprises. The unique nature of the opportunity Cadia Startup Exchange puts on the table brings innovation to small business financing on a global scale by expanding the crowdfunding business model and taking it to the next level.

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Equity Crowdfunding with a Secondary Market: Cadia Startup Exchange is Live

Posted on May 11, 2015

The team of Cadia Startup Exchange launched today the first in the world equity crowdfunding platform with a secondary market. People who were signed up for their newsletter are aware that the process of integration of an automated share market to the platform took a few months more than anticipated. However, the website is now… Read More »


EU Regulations Set To Catch Up With The Rise Of Equity Crowdfunding

Posted on March 12, 2015

The equity crowdfunding industry has been at the top of the gun for the past two years with a projected market that will be doubling each year in the next decade. This has attracted interest from investors, businesses and entrepreneurs all over the world and now even the institutions are turning their heads. In February… Read More »

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Registrations on Cadia Startup Exchange Open Worldwide!

Posted on October 15, 2014

Registrations for Cadia Startup Exchange are open! Due to the upcoming platform launch Cadia Startup Exchange has already started collecting applications from companies and investors from all over the world. Apply now and take your business to another level! Do you have a startup company that needs initial funding to start production? Or you already… Read More »

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Crowdfunding sounds ever more familiar. But is it worth getting in early?

Posted on September 10, 2014

There is no shortage of evidence testifying to the value of crowdfunding for those seeking to finance a new product idea, company, or even personal needs. Kickstarter-born Oculus VR was snatched up by Facebook for $2 billion. Smartwatch-maker Pebble sold more than 400,000 of its crowdfunded smartwatches last year. And in March, Kickstarter surpassed $1 billion in… Read More »