Raise money faster. With dedicated support, a world-class team and a large investor community, Equitise is your funding partner to take you to the next stage, whatever stage you're at.
Raise the capital you need
From seed to IPO, raise the capital you need by accessing one of Australia’s largest investor communities and building a tribe of passionate investors.
Get Funded & Be Supported
Early-stage businesses often fail as a result of limited access to capital. Whether you’re seed, series A, B, C - we do it all. Our team of experienced finance, tech and marketing professionals will support you throughout the journey.
More Than Just Capital...
The offer is also a marketing campaign that builds brand awareness and gives you a crowd of passionate supporters who are invested in the success of your business. To kickstart the campaign, we have a database of over 45,000 investors, angels, VCs and family offices.
It Doesn’t End at The Raise
Equitise can also support you after the capital raise by offering market leading share registry and secondary market services. Now you’ve got a crowd of investors who believe in your business, there’s also the option to do subsequent raises - all the way to IPO.
Featured Case study
Equitise launched Xinja the same day as the first retail crowdfunding licences were granted meaning it was Australia’s first equity crowdfund. Despite this the company hit its minimum funding target after only 18 hours, raising a total of $2.4 million. It returned a year later for its second raise totalling $2.5 million and then again for a Wholesale offer raising $1.6 million. Its valuation jumped from $40 million in 2018 to $230 million in 2020 and over the course of the three raises it’s gained thousands of investors who are now helping build the bank with Xinja.
The Capital Raise ProcessOur approach delivers an 85% success rate
1. Expression of interest (EOI)
Validate the investor demand for your capital raise before doing the heavy lifting. An EOI marketing campaign is fast and simple and has minimal costs to get started.
2. Offer preparation
Work with our highly skilled team to create the offer document for your capital raise. Our marketing team will help you create a strategic and complementary promotional plan to build awareness and gain investors.
3. Private launch
The offer is open to an exclusive group which might include your previous investors, close network and top customers. We also give access to EOIs.
4. Public launch
It’s go time. The offer is open to everyone and as much traffic as possible should be driven to the offer page through marketing. The campaign runs for approximately 6 weeks.
5. Campaign ends
Once you hit the funding target (100% funded), the offer will close successfully and will then go into ‘overfunding’. The offer ends when you hit the maximum funding target or the timer finishes.
6. Receive funds
After the capital raise process closes, we settle the funds and transfer you the amount raised, less our fees. It’s then over to you to welcome your new shareholders!
Success StoriesOther companies we have helped
Be a part of Australia’s fastest growing dedicated champagne business.
New Zealand's first and only licensed variable annuity provider. Providing certainty in retirement.
Frequently asked questions
Equitise have a range of in-house capabilities that assist with every stage of the campaign launch and we tailor the strategy to meet the exact needs of the venture. This enables us to maintain a market leading success rate, client retention rate and user retention rate for our capital raises.
Equitise offers several types of raises including retail equity crowdfunds, wholesale offers and IPOs. After you fill out the application form, we’ll discuss your options on the kick off call. The type of raise you do often depends on several factors including what your product/service is and what your aims are for the capital raise.
Once the EOI campaign is complete and you decide to progress, there is an upfront fee which starts at $2,500. This is to cover all the support we offer to get a campaign up and running including help with marketing and creation of the offer document. We then charge a commission of the total funds raised starting at 4%. There are no other hidden or ongoing costs.
We offer a comprehensive suite of services for companies looking to undertake any sort of capital raise which we have built up and refined over more than 6 years of operation.
We also offer post-raise services including registry and a secondary trading solution which is already in use by one of Australia’s largest beer brands.
Equitise has operations in Australia and New Zealand with others on the horizon. The platform has been rebuilt recently to ensure the process for you is streamlined and transparent. Sitting above all of this is a team of over ten dedicated professionals who are now some of the most experienced in Australia when it comes to equity crowdfunding.
In calendar year 2019, Equitise completed 23 offers successfully (100% increase from 2018), raising $12 million. To date, we have completed 73 offers successfully and have raised over $43 million. Our success rate is over 85%.
Equitise offers various sorts of capital raises including wholesale, equity crowdfunding and IPOs. The average amount raised overall is $500,000.
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"We engaged Equitise to manage the Chairman's list and also the retail spread requirements for our ASX listing.
The process of engagement and running the offer was very slick and we were very happy with the outcome.
The Equitise team worked extremely hard on the transaction and I was very impressed with their output. We would happily recommend Equitise to any future prospective client."
"We have worked with Equitise a couple of times now to support the Car Next Door business in its capital raising strategy.
Over both engagements we found the Equitise team to be professional and genuinely passionate in assisting our team yield the results we were looking for.
We hope that one day we may be able to utilise their platform to conduct a full retail offer to the public through equity crowdfunding."