We're Crowdfunding

This is your chance to own a part of Doctorpedia by investing as little as £10 in our crowdfunding round

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Doctorpedia's mission is to provide everyone with doctor-approved health information and resources.

During the height of the pandemic, over 25% of the most viewed YouTube videos on COVID-19 contained misleading information and top links on common diseases contained misinformation in 40% of cases.

To date, we have raised £2.5M from digital health investors to combat misinformation and disinformation and have become the world's largest network of over 2,000 medical websites. As a doctor-owned platform, we are leading the charge to provide credible and engaging health answers to millions of people.

We are now looking to expand our offering and invite you to join us as shareholders.

Many doctors have invested in Doctorpedia because they are passionate about combating online misinformation and disinformation.

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Why should I invest in Doctorpedia?


The world's largest network of over 1,900 medical websites


Valuable asset library including 2,000 high quality doctor-led videos


Multiple revenue streams including advertising/affiliate marketing, sponsorship, and doctor subscriptions


Projected £3.26 billion in healthcare/pharma advertising in 2020


Our COVID-19 webcast has seen over 500.000 views and our condition videos have seen over 5.000.000 views on Facebook alone.

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Investments of this nature carry risks to your capital.
Please invest aware.

We're crowdfunding on Crowdcube - a UK-based equity crowdfunding platform.

If you would like to find out more, please pre-register your interest now and we will send you more details before they are publicly available.

(Because of local laws, residents in the US and Canada are generally restricted from investing through Crowdcube. However, if you are an 'accredited' investor you may meet the criteria needed to invest. Please email us at invest@doctorpedia.com for more details.)


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What is equity crowdfunding?


Why is Doctorpedia crowdfunding?

We have already raised £2.5M from angel and doctor investors but we want this to be a platform for everyone and allow more people to share in our success. The purpose of this crowdfunding campaign is to open up investment to individuals who want to shape the future of digital healthcare and help us deliver on our important patient-centric mission. This funding will help us advance key areas including sales & marketing, product development, and content creation.

What is Crowdcube?

Crowdcube is a crowdfunding platform that enables businesses to attract investment from professionals, venture capital firms, as well as from everyday people. They have facilitated crowdfunding rounds for Monzo, Revolut, Eden Project, BrewDog and more. Learn more about Crowdcube here

How do I make a return on my investment?

A return is made if the business you have backed goes on to achieve an ‘exit’ (via a sale to another company or by floating on the stock market) at a higher value than when you invested - you make a profit from your investment. Just remember that investing in a startup business carries significant risks, including illiquidity, lack of dividends, loss of your investment and dilution.

Who can invest?

You must be over 18 years old and legally entitled to invest. You’ll also need to be a resident of the UK or a country where you may legally receive financial promotions of the nature provided. See more details on the Crowdcube website. If you are a resident in the US or Canada, please contact us at contact@doctorpedia.com to find out more.

What should I do now?

If you have already registered interest above, sign up to Crowdcube on their website so that you're ready on the day!

When will the campaign go live?

Our campaign will go live in a few weeks. Register your interest above to get priority access.

What is EIS tax relief?

Through the Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS), eligible investors can claim up to 30% income tax relief on their investments, up to £1 million per tax year.  Crowdcube will supply the relevant documentation to investors at the end of the crowdfunding round. Click here for more information on EIS tax relief.

If you are interested in investing above the £25,000 threshold, please email us at invest@doctorpedia.com and we’ll schedule a call to discuss further details.

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