How to get started with StockCrowd

Customer Support
Last Updated: 1 year ago

This brief guide will help you to open your account where you will soon be able to create your fundraising campaigns.

Once you have agreed to the terms and conditions, you will receive an email in your inbox, outlining some simple steps to register as a user and activate your organisation's account. Here are the steps to follow.


Step 1 | Register as a user

You will receive the following message in your email.

Click on the continue button to take you to the next screen where you can fill in the user data.

The email you specify in this step will be the one that first has access to the software as soon as you are registered but it is easy to add other users once you have access.

Step 2 | Activate your account.

Once completed, you will receive a new message, within the email address you provided, with instructions for activating the account.

Click on "Activate your account now" to be able to set your password.

Once your password is validated, you will move to the next step.

Step 3 | Register your organisation.

Go to our website by copying the attached URL address into your internet browser:

Click on "Sign In" (Top right corner of the screen)

Log in by typing your email and password and then click on "Register your organisation"

You will access a new screen where you will need to enter the requested information about your organisation and where you will find the terms of use for the software.

*If you are not VAT registered, please input  your organisation's name (max 20 characters)
* The URL must have the HTTPS: //

Access to the administration area next time:

We will begin to configure the campaign in the StockCrowd Administration Area which you can access through the link

To access the administrative area you must:


  1. Enter the previously created user: email and password
  2. Select your organisation


After making this double selection, the Administration Area will open and you can start creating your fundraising campaign.


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