The award, which was presented to Wealthify CEO and co-founder Richard Theo at day two of the event in London, recognises the robo’s business model, and its rapid growth since launch in April this year.
Wealthify are currently crowdfunding through Seedrs, where it is aiming to raise £1 million, in return for a 9.3% equity share in the business. Interested investors can secure an equity share with a minimum investment of just £14 at https://www.seedrs.com/
Wealthify plans to use the capital raised to support the next stage of its customer acquisition and growth strategy: creating national brand awareness, introducing new sales channels and extending products and services to include pensions and other types of ISAs.
Richard Theo, CEO and co-founder of Wealthify, commented: “We’re absolutely delighted to be recognised as the most investable company. As we enter the final stages of our crowdfunding campaign, it’s encouraging that so many investors share our vision that there is a real need for low cost, accessible, and easy to use investment services, like Wealthify. This award is testament to the hard work our team has put in not just over the last six months, but since we started the business more than two years ago.”
Organised in partnership with the UK Crowdfunding Association and supported by the major crowdfunding platforms and government, Crowdfest is the industry’s leading event.