We connect innovative, driven, inspired Canadian businesses with the capital they need to grow & succeed through our community-sourced investment platform.

Access investment opportunities in startups, fintech, health and much more.


Free to Invest

Investors on LiquidCrowd will never pay fees. Access to private investment opportunities have historically only been available to the wealthy & connected. We have changed that.

Raise up to $1.5M

Equity capital is the fuel that drives growth and success for many businesses. Traditional supply is not nearly enough. Activate your community and raise up to $1.5M CAD.

Proudly Canadian

Liquid Crowd offers founders and investors a path to liquidity through the most technologically advanced equity crowdfunding platform in Canada.

LiquidCrowd is a 100% by Canadian, for Canadian solution. We represent some of the best ideals our nation has to offer, intersecting innovation and community values.

User Testimonials

I always loved crowdfunding sites because being the first to order a product allowed me to support innovators to build their products. Now, through Liquid Crowd, I can be more than a customer and actually become an owner and partner as to benefit and profit from the growth of the product I am helping develop.
Gabrielle Adam
I had no idea I could raise funds for equity for my start-up online until I discovered Liquid Crowd. I was able to use the social media replica rolex buzz around our product ideas to convert our fans into investors and partners in our company. The process was simple and easy and I would recommend it to anyone looking to raise money to build his or her start-up.
Bill Coyle
President of PaySocial

Our Platform is Authorized by the Regulators

Liquid Crowd is a funding portal authorized to operate in the provinces of British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova scotia, and Newfoundland and Labrador by the British Columbia Securities Commission, the Alberta Securities Commission, Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority of Saskatchewan, the Manitoba Securities Commission, the Ontario Securities Commission, the Autorité des marchés financiers (Quebec), the Financial and Consumer Services Commission (New Brunswick) and the Nova Scotia Securities Commission.