* This statement assumes the offering is successful, securities are sold, and repays as expected through maturity. This is a financial investment and there is no guarantee of a return; small business lending is risky and investors could lose part or all of their investment.
Discover set-rate investment opportunities from small businesses both in your neighborhood and across the country.
Join over 10,000 investors and a growing list of foundations building and growing alongside small business ecosystems across America.
Whether you’d like to start with $100, $5,000, or more, anyone 18 and up is able to add small businesses to their investment strategy.
Put your money into vetted small businesses.
At Honeycomb, we take each business and each investment seriously for both your financial safety and theirs.
Due diligence is performed on each business owner. This includes operating history, business plan strength, and financial viability to de-risk the investment while supporting the business owner’s plan and community involvement.
Support communities traditionally underserved by banks.
Businesses in low-to-moderate income communities
“We saw Honeycomb as a great opportunity to both help small businesses…while also growing our initial investment. We felt this was a win-win, where the money could both grow and do some good instead of just sitting in a bank account.” *
-Lisa & Jared
*Past performance is not indicative of future results
How to make your first investment
Invest in your community.
The money you invest in a Honeycomb campaign goes to the small business owner.
They use it to sign a lease, purchase new equipment, hire staff or fund many kinds of growth projects. Then they repay the money and interest rate back to you.
The interest goes back to the community (you), rather than a bank.
Harvie Farms had so much success with their first Honeycomb campaign, that they ran two more!
Harvie's owner and CEO, Simon Huntley, ran a Honeycomb campaign to expand his business. He saw the value in tapping his community for investments, rather than a traditional bank.
"Investments from our community are deeply meaningful to me as they represent not only financial support but also a vote of confidence in our mission to build a strong local food economy. They demonstrate the shared belief and commitment to creating a sustainable future, fostering community resilience, and making a positive impact on the well-being of both our region and the environment." - Simon Huntley, CEO and owner of Harvie.
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Start investing with your friends, neighbors, and thousands of small business fans across the country.
Cherrica invested in 2nd Semester Shop!