INVESTING IN ROYALTIES

Receive a return on investment every three months from a business you’ve funded.

Start from just €10. Average investment: €700.

INDIVIDUALS
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Natural person

✔ Take risks alongside committed entrepreneurs or grow your savings withPositive Savings

✔ Make sense of your savings

✔ Participate in business development through a healthy and balanced relationship between investors and entrepreneurs

✔ Support innovative and impact-related projects

BUSINESSES, FOUNDATIONS
AND COMMUNITIES

Corporation

✔ Place some of your cash withPositive Savings or focus on future companies

✔ Contribute to economic development at the local level or in your industry

✔ Support the emergence of future customers or partners

✔ Diversify your CSR approach by investing in projects with impacts

The interests of investors
and the entrepreneur
are aligned

An investment without the
constraints of
shareholder status

A quick and progressive
financial return thanks to
quarterly payments

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ROYALTIES: HOW DOES IT WORK?

After fundraising, the financed company pays a percentage of its turnover to its investors: these are called royalties. You receive royalties every quarter, for the duration of the contract. In addition, as long as the company is in business, it is committed to repaying your investment as a minimum.

HOW DO I ESTIMATE THE FINANCIAL RETURN OF MY FUTURE INVESTMENT?

Each project sets up its fundraising objectives according to its financing needs and its economic model. Yield varies from project to project. For every project, you will find detailed figures showing the return on investment forcast as well as an interactive royalty calculator.

You will also find information related to the taxation of your investment in the FAQs at the bottom of this page.

PUT YOUR MONEY WHERE IT MAKES SENSE

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At WE DO GOOD, some entrepreneurial projects meet social or environmental needs at the heart of their business. They offer products or services that improve the situation of a population (social link, accessibility, health, education, etc.) or resolve an environmental issue (pollution, resources, biodiversity, etc.).

The environmental, social or economic impacts are represented by the 3 pictograms above.

Some of these projects are labeled “Green Growth Crowdfunding”. WE DO GOOD was one of the first platforms to grant the right to use this label by the French Ministry for Environmental and Sustainable Transition.

We have gone even further by launching a unique investment scheme to stimulate the environmental transition, called: Positive Savings. You can now invest with moderate risk based on an annual 2%. To become a transition stimulator with us, visit the page Positive Savings!

OUR GUARANTEES AND REGULATORY FRAMEWORK

Throughout the fundraising process, investments are managed and secured by Lemon Way, an approved payment provider and partner of BNP Paribas, which manages the security of your funds.

Contracts between investors and companies has been drafted by our law firm Avistem, a specialist in innovation financing.

Each fundraising is validated from a minimum goal corresponding to the amount at which the project can go ahead, therefore guaranteeing a rapid payment of the royalties.

  • If the fundraiser campaign is successful, your investment is recognized and the money goes directly to the funded business.
  • If the fundraiser campaign is not successful, you get your entire investment back free of charge.

WE DO GOOD is a member of the official trade body “Finance Participative France”, registered with ORIAS under number 17002712 and is approved as a crowdfunding intermediary (IFP authorization). In addition, our platform has been approved and accredited by Finance Innovation and has been granted the international B Corp certification.

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/ ENTREPRENEURS TESTIMONIALS /

Je ne suis plus très jeune (au sens biologique), je suis curieux des nouvelles formes de développement des activités économiques, sans parti pris. WE DO GOOD est de ce point de vue original, en ce qu’il utilise le capital en direction d’entreprises dont les activités actuelles ou futures sont orientées vers la satisfaction de besoin de caractère social, notamment. C’est une tentative de conciliation entre l’argent (l’économie) et le « social », au sens noble du terme.
Jacques Antoine
L’intérêt pour moi de l’investissement en royalties, c’est de soutenir un projet auquel on croit d’une part et un possible retour positif pour l’investisseur en cas de succès. Et tout cela de manière simple, rapide, et sûre pour les deux parties.
Caroline Laroche
Investir en royalties c’est soutenir un autre mode de financement, beaucoup plus transparent que celui du monde de la finance. En choisissant d’agir avec WE DO GOOD, je soutiens des valeurs audacieuses et responsables.
Didier Laroze
Selon moi, investir en royalties sur WE DO GOOD, c’est apporter un financement réellement adapté et de long terme à des structures construisant tous les jours une société plus juste. Là où le crowdfunding ne s’occupe bien souvent que du financement de projets ponctuels sans régler la question du fonctionnement global de la structure, les royalties permettent de financer ce dont il y a réellement besoin, et par ailleurs de créer un lien puissant entre les investisseurs et la structure.
Anna L.
L’intérêt de l’investissement n’est pas son retour mais surtout son sens sociétal, ce qui n’exclut pas l’importance de trouver l’équilibre financier pour la pérennité du projet, donc le système des royalties est une dynamique motivante et jouant un rôle d’indicateur. La différence avec les places boursières est une question d’éthique (les projets sont forcément investis pour challenger des enjeux sociétaux) et de mesure : les sommes investies sont collectives, citoyennes et de très petit acabit. Par ailleurs, WE DO GOOD est une équipe jeune mariant très bien idéalisme et pragmatisme : son fondement n’est pas de gagner de l’argent mais de participer à l’élaboration d’un monde meilleur.
Boris Aubligine
C’est toujours agréable de pouvoir soutenir un projet qui répond à nos valeurs, même sans contrepartie aucune, alors pourquoi pas investir en royalties pour suivre par la suite le développement du dit projet ? Si le projet marche bien, on a à la fois la satisfaction d’avoir participé à son développement et l’avantage d’en recevoir quelques fruits.
Carine Hua

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