Print-on-demand merchandising service Dizzyjam is raising some money-on-demand… from the crowd. It’s using crowdfunding site Crowdcube to raise £100k, giving people equity stakes in the company in return. “We feel that crowdfunding really suits what we’re doing and is an ideal way for us to raise the investment we need to help grow our business,” says MD Neil Cocker in a statement. Crowdcube is new to us, but the UK-based crowdfunding platform has apparently already helped 15 companies raise £3m by selling their shares to all-comers.

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