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Industry Crowdfunding, Charity, Finance
Founded 2013
Founders Jean-David Bar, Adrien Dehelly, Emilien Schneider, Marlène Blaise, Loeiza Coccolini[1]
Headquarters Rennes, France

Wedogood is a french royalty based crowdfunding platform that offers global crowdfunding solutions for social enterprises, startups and individuals. It has been launched in 2013 in Rennes[2].

The platform mainly promotes projects with positive impacts on social, environment or economy[3].


Wedogood started in 2013 in Rennes. In 2016, the platform is recognized by the cluster « Finance innovation »[4]. The same next, Wedogood is awarded by the award « Fintech »[5].


Any individuals or companies can invest money in one or more projects proposed. The money comes back later with royalties[6].


The company has a partnership agreement with Lemon way, a payment institution.

See also


  1. ^ (in French)Crowdfunding : WeDoGood, des royalties pour projets à impact positif
  2. ^ (in French)Wedogood, plus que du financement participatif
  3. ^ (in French)We Do Good aide les start-up avec des royalties, Frank NIEDERCORN, Les Echos, 02/02/2016
  4. ^ (in French)La start up WE DO GOOD reçoit le prix du public Fintech 2016
  5. ^ (in French)Fintech de l’année 2016 – Remise des Prix
  6. ^ (in French)Etes-vous prêt pour le Royalty Crowdfunding ?, Bruno ASKENAZI, Les Echos, 04/01/2018

External links

  • Official Website

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