Seedrs is a leading equity crowdfunding platform and the most active investor in private companies in the UK. We allow all types of investors to invest as little or as much as they like in businesses they believe in and share in their success. And we allow ambitious businesses in all sectors to raise capital and build community through an efficient, online process.
Seedrs HQ is in London with offices in Lisbon, Amsterdam, Berlin and New York. We are backed by top UK fund manager Neil Woodford, Lord Rothschild’s Augmentum Capital, a number of European VCs and over 1,000 of our own users. Seedrs is experiencing exceptional growth and are looking for superstars to join our team.
We are looking for a creative, proactive and organised Social Media Associate to take ownership of the day-to-day management our social media channels, driving audience growth, engagement and acquisition of customers.
The role requires creativity, flexibility, excellent writing skills, fluid multitasking and having a high attention to detail. The ideal candidate will have professional experience in managing social media channels, as well as creating and distributing engaging content across all major social channels.
You will work with the wider teams within the business to help support and drive various company wide initiatives, such as supporting campaigns raising on Seedrs, creating awareness of educational content for both investors and entrepreneurs, and helping promote the Seedrs value proposition. Your role sits within the growth marketing team which focuses on driving scale in user acquisition and activation.
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Seedrs is the world’s leading equity crowdfunding platform. We make it simple for anyone—from angels and venture capitalists, to friends and family—to become investors in ambitious, growth-focused European businesses. You can invest as little or as much as you like, and we handle all of the legal documentation and due diligence to ensure that businesses are set up for success—and investors get their fair share.