Equity Crowdfunding in Review: May 2019
The following data covers Regulation Crowdfunding raises between May 16, 2016, and May 31, 2019. Data is sourced from all publicly disclosed Form C filings with the SEC, as well as public websites.
It’s fitting that in the month that Regulation Crowdfunding celebrated its third birthday, it also celebrated an important milestone.
Companies have now raised more than $200M via Regulation Crowdfunding!
In May, companies raised over $5.7M, bringing the total raised to $203.5M since Regulation Crowdfunding first began on May 16, 2016. This month the Index grew 2.3%.
Texas raised the most capital in May, with Texan companies raising $1.14M. California followed, raising $1.08M, and New York rounded out the top three, raising $1M.
The Food & Beverage industry remains on top, raising $1.3M in May. Supplements followed with $789K, and Travel with $421K.
Counties Using Regulation Crowdfunding
Harris County raised the most capital in May, with $1.03M raised. San Diego County followed with $841K and New York County with $812K.
StartEngine In May
Jet Token, an aircraft membership and booking platform, raised more than half of the capital raised via Regulation Crowdfunding in May on StartEngine’s platform. The company raised $362!
Did You Know?
Since the beginning of Regulation Crowdfunding, 64.4% of raises have been launched by corporations.
Raising in Los Angeles
campaigns in progress, down 6 from the previous month
new offering filed with the SEC, down 5 from the previous month
raised in May