StartEngine Index

Equity Crowdfunding in Review: September 2019

October 11, 2019 2 min read


Equity Crowdfunding in Review: September 2019

The following data covers Regulation Crowdfunding raises between May 16, 2016, and September 30, 2019. Data is sourced from all publicly disclosed Form C filings with the SEC, as well as public websites.

Standard Analysis

Index: 2447

In September:

  • Companies raised $12.1M
  • 63 companies launched Regulation Crowdfunding offerings
  • The Index grew 5.2%

In total, companies have raised $244.7M via Regulation Crowdfunding.

By State

Capital Raised via Reg CF in September by State

In September, California companies raised $3.8M. New York companies raised $2.3M, and Texas companies $1.2M.

By County

Capital Raised via Reg CF in September by County

Companies in San Francisco County raised $1.49M in September. Companies in New York raised $1.43M, and Los Angeles companies $1.17M.

By Industry

Capital Raised via Reg CF in September by Industry

Technology startups raised $3.1M in September. Food & Beverage followed with $2.5M, and Mobile Apps with $876K.

StartEngine in September

Capital Raised on StartEngine via Reg CF in September

Coffee delivery service Goffee raised the most capital in September on StartEngine, with $564K. Flower Turbines, a wind turbine company, raised $236K, and AquaVault, which produces travel safes, raised $233K.

Did You Know?

24% of Regulation Crowdfunding offerings have a female (co-)founder.

Raising in Los Angeles


campaigns in progress, up 4 from the previous month


new offerings filed with the SEC, up 1 from the previous month


raised in September

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published.

Invest in StartEngine

190% YoY Growth: Invest in the leading equity crowdfunding platform.

This Reg A+ offering is made available through StartEngine Crowdfunding, Inc. This investment is speculative, illiquid, and involves a high degree of risk, including the possible loss of your entire investment. For more information about this offering, please view StartEngine’s offering circular and risks associated with this offering.


Kevin O’Leary is a paid spokesperson for StartEngine. Read the 17(b) disclosure here.

Founder's Summit Application