FundMyPitch, a leading platform that connects investors with investment-ready companies seeking funds, has helped entrepreneurs raise £5.7m.

The company, founded by entrepreneur Steven Mooney in 2022, has enjoyed rapid increase in its customer numbers.

FMP now has 3,460 registered users, which is made up of 941 businesses seeking investment and 2,519 as investors.

The platform has helped raise £5,773,000 for entrepreneurs and SMEs who are seeking funding for their ventures.

FMP offers users an innovative video pitch model, allowing entrepreneurs to create high impact content to attract the interest of investors.

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The platform also focusses on championing early-stage business opportunities and does not charge upfront fees, meaning it has a vested interest in facilitating the successful completion of deals.

The platform also leverages advanced AI algorithms, offering an intuitive user interface, creating a dynamic investor network.

Additionally, FMP has strategic partnerships with a number of key financial institutions, venture capital firms, and startup incubators.

Steven Mooney, CEO of FundMyPitch said: “Entrepreneurs are the lifeblood of the economy, creating jobs, growth, and spreading opportunity.

“Yet far too many ambitious startups and SMEs cannot get access to the funding they need to expand and hire due to outdated fundraising systems.

“Our mission is to give startups and SMEs a dynamic platform to showcase their offering and connect with investors, turbocharging their businesses and reaching their full potential.”

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