It’s an exciting time at The Market Mogul - we’re raising £1,000,000 and want to give you the opportunity to own a part of our company!
EIS Eligible Investment
Capital at risk
We are a Millennial media company publishing unique and diverse perspectives on global affairs, business, finance and politics.
We’re raising our next round of investment in order to continue to grow and disrupt the media industry. We want to give you the opportunity to own shares in The Market Mogul alongside our other private investors from First State Investments, Goldman Sachs and other renowned institutions.
Our philosophy at The Market Mogul is to put our readers first in everything we do. This is why we want you to own part of our company, in the most accessible and inclusive way possible. You have the opportunity to own part of The Market Mogul, by investing anywhere from £10 to £100,000!
What makes The Market Mogul disruptive:
Traditional Media Is Failing Us
Traditionally, the media industry and the content we read have some or all of the following:
- Editorial bias & one-sided coverage
- Click-baity, sensationalist headlines
- Banner ads
Traditional media companies are struggling due to:
- High fixed costs
- Headcount-heavy newsrooms
- Dated monetisation and expensive subscription models
- Lack of innovation
The Market Mogul Solution
Content on The Market Mogul is:
- Covering multiple perspectives as we are free from bias
- Free from click-bait and banner ads
Our technology-focussed business model is built with the future in mind. This results in:
- Low fixed & variable costs (e.g headcount, Cloud infrastructure)
- Insightful articles published in under 25 minutes at 0.4% of market cost
- Effective and scalable monetisation, without compromising our ‘reader-first’ values
The Market Mogul in numbers
Growth of monthly articles reads in H1 2017
Growth of Breakfast Briefing subscribers in H1 2017
Growth of authorbase in H1 2017
Cost base per article published relative to traditional newsrooms
Articles published to date
Authors in our Mogul Newsroom
Maximum time taken per article to publish
Our Net Promoter Score is 2.5x the industry average
The Market Mogul vs Competitors
Source: Alexa web rank, Date accessed 1st Feb. 17
Verticals to be launched
We will be applying our core technology, infrastructure, and editorial expertise to other verticals outside of global affairs, business, finance and politics in a methodical and scalable way. Other verticals include:
What some of our readers-turned-investors think...
"My top sources of financial news? The Market Mogul, FT and Bloomberg. TMM is providing insights that you can’t find anywhere else."
Huy Nguyen Trieu, CEO, The Disruptive Group, TMM Shareholder
“Finally – a refreshing and engaging finance platform with on topic content”
Devin Kohli, Digital Media and Tech Head, Investec, TMM Shareholder
"Short, succinct articles, written by new talent from all over the world. Excellent!"
Paul Griffiths, CIO, Fixed Income & Multiasset Solutions, First State Investments, TMM Shareholder
"The Market Mogul today is The Economist of tomorrow"
Peter Harrison, Fmr Executive Director, Goldman Sachs, TMM Shareholder
"A must-read for anyone working in Finance!"
Jonathan Rose, Head of European Equity Derivatives, Cantor Fitzgerald, TMM Shareholder
"If there is one thing you should read every morning it is The Market Mogul!”
Kanishk Swarup, Associate Partner, St James’s Place, TMM Shareholder
"Refreshing financial journalism"
Tom McColm, Research Director, Zeus Capital, TMM Shareholder
“Insightful opinions on a range of topics presented in an extremely user-friendly manner. The future of financial news is here”
Dheer Mehta, Portfolio Manager, Stone Miliner, TMM Shareholder
Register your interest now for early access
By completing the form below, we will keep you updated on news of when our investment round opens, as well as exclusive insights, events, and opportunities to meet our team.
The Market Mogul will never distribute unsolicited emails, and you can remove yourself from our contact list by unsubscribing at any time.
Capital at risk. Investing in start-ups and early stage companies involves risks, including loss of any initial investment and any reward, and it should be done only as part of a diversified portfolio. Please check with your investment advisor. Refer to our disclaimer before taking any action.
Some countries may not allow people to invest in equity crowdfunding campaigns.