AgeWage doubles its investors in a day

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Day two of our  journey into crowdfunding saw us double our investors on the Seedrs’ nominee account  to 225!

I’m delighted to say that we have one of the lowest average invest on Seedrs’ site, that means we are attracting the interest of those who most need us – not those of  high net wealth , but ordinary people fed up with not getting proper information on their pensions (and what to do with them).

That doesn’t mean we don’t want to talk with those of ample means, they are critical to scale, but we really mean it when we say that all our investors are important!


We’re keen to raise at the speed of the crowd, we are now 105% funded and anticipate a steady daily growth over the next 60 days. If we spurt, we may close early , but right now we are happy to be sitting at the top of the Seedrs algorithm

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Thanks to everyone who got us there!

Contact Henry

Over the past few days , I’ve had a number of really kind offers of help. Thanks in particular to Martin Campbell who is – pro-bono, helping us to raise our media profile. Martin is the guy who invested the money that got us over £200k – a big shout out to him.

Thanks too to all the people who are talking with us on the Seedrs website, we are getting some frequently asked questions on our discussion board, keep them coming, it’s the best way to get the information out – because it has to be relevant!

Thanks too to the many journalists who are covering our story and thanks too to those who are liking and reposting our social media posts.

I’d love to hear from you if you have something to offer us or if you just want to know more! 07785 377768 or



About henry tapper

Founder of the Pension PlayPen,, partner of Stella, father of Olly . I am the Pension Plowman
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1 Response to AgeWage doubles its investors in a day

  1. Adrian Boulding says:

    Henry, well done on attracting so many investors to AgeWage.

    Now comes the difficult part – you need to deliver on the aspiration of helping ordinary people to understand the fog of information that pension schemes throw out whilst also formulating a commercially viable business model. This is no mean feat in a regulated environment, as your other blog this morning on the demise of Welplan shows.

    But your investors passionately believe that you and the AgeWage crew are up to this – I gather Martin is even selling one of his prized guitars to fund his investment

    Best wishes


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