If you’re new to investing, you may have heard the term “crowdfunding” before, but might not be sure what it means or how it works. Simply put, crowdfunding is a way for businesses to raise funds by asking a large number of people to contribute small amounts of money. The idea behind crowdfunding is that by pooling together lots of small contributions, a business can raise the capital they need to achieve their goals.
At Cococure, we’ve decided to use crowdfunding to take our business to the next level. When we started doing weekly events, our goal was to make £100 a week to pay a few bills and keep the business afloat. But fast forward to today, and we’re a fast-growing company at the forefront of the rapidly growing Afrobeats scene in London. We want to take our customers, fans, family, and friends along with us on this journey.
So why did we decide to crowdfund? Well, for starters, it’s a great way to get the support we need to make our dreams a reality. By asking our community to invest in our business, we’re able to bring our vision to life and create a truly immersive cultural experience through our West African-inspired food, music, and community events.
But it’s not just about the money. Crowdfunding is also a way for us to connect with our customers and build a community around our business. By inviting people to invest in Cococure, we’re giving them a stake in our success and inviting them to be a part of our journey. We want to create a space that celebrates the rich cultural heritage of West Africa and promotes cultural exchange and diversity.
If you’re considering investing in Cococure, we want to make sure you understand the risks and rewards of crowdfunding. As with any investment, there’s always the possibility of losing your money, so it’s important to do your research and make an informed decision. But if our vision resonates with you and you believe in our business, then we invite you to join us on this journey and help us bring our dreams to life.