Share Finance Project 0

Indoor Farming Facilities

Indoor farming is a type of agriculture that allows growing crops and plants in a closed and protected environment. It protects the produce from the effects of unfavourable weather like droughts and floods and allows farming in urban areas, which would otherwise not be possible due to the limited space available in these areas for agricultural purposes. 

According to Qualiket Research, the global Indoor Farming market was valued at USD 14.3 billion in 2020 and it is expected to reach USD 24.9 billion by 2027, growing at a CAGR 10.9% from 2020-2027. 

The key driver of indoor farming market is a global lack of farmland and the need for stable all year-round supply of food. Growing population, increased occurrences of floods, droughts, and other natural disasters are also motivating farmers to invest in high-tech, fully regulated, and semi-automated greenhouse facilities to ensure stable revenues for their businesses.

On the demand side - people are increasingly growing the necessary crops in their own houses on a small scale to have food that is free from pesticides. Farmers who will be able to assure the consumers that they have followed the same pesticide-free farming techniques on a large scale will reap the benefits of higher profit margins and increased demand.

The borrower of this lucrative investment proposal is looking to raise financing for the construction of indoor cultivation facilities. Potentially interested investors are invited to conclude a non-disclosure agreement to gain access to in-depth information about the borrower and the business project.


Investing in Shares

A share is a percentage of ownership in a company. Investors who hold shares of a company are known as shareholders. So, if you own one, you own a little bit of the company and a proportion of the company's value.

The deal is structured as follows:


1. Investors choose to invest their funds into one of the Share Finance projects on our crowdfunding platform.


2. TFGcrowd aggregates and transfers the funds to the respective company. Effectively, investors are giving the company a convertible loan.


3. After a set time period the investments will be converted into shares of the respective company and the shares will be distributed to the investors proportionally to their investments.


4. An authorised nominee shareholder will hold the issued shares on behalf of the investors. Each investor will be issued a share certificate and will be recorded as the owner of their shares in the nominee register.


5. After conversion the investors have the following options:
a) Sell or transfer the title to their shares to any other active TFGcrowd user by informing the nominee and providing them with any information they request.
b) Keep title to the shares and receive any dividends the company may pay. The dividends paid by the company may differ each year and the company is not obliged to pay dividends if it decides not to.
c) If the company is sold, its investors may profit from the sale, if there has been an increase in their share value (for example, if you had bought shares for €100 and in 3 years’ time the shares have grown in value to €300, your profit will be €200).



Loan term
365 days
Interest rate
0% per year
Expected Return