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6 Tips for Successfully Marketing Your Crowdfunding Campaign…

It’s all about the money. When it comes to getting a new product off the ground, raising money for a cause, exploring growth opportunities for your small business and building your brand, crowdfunding offers a nontraditional way to reach non-conventional investors. Crowdfunding reaches a larger and more diversified pool of interest ...

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Indiegogo Launches Equity Crowdfunding Platform…

Entrepreneurs seeking funding for their startups now have another place to go: Indiegogo. “Wait,” you may say, “can’t I already use the crowdfunding platform to raise money for my dream product?” That’s right, but today Indiegogo launched an equity crowdfunding service, which utilizes new government rules that took effect in ...

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Are Entrepreneurs an Endangered Species? 3 Safeguards to Ens…

Reader Resource Join Entrepreneur’s The Goal Standard Challenge and make 2017 yours. Learn more » Entrepreneurs may not be going the way of the dodo — not yet — but they should probably be considered an endangered species. Related: 3 Reasons Entrepreneurs Fail to Secure Funding Research by World Bank economist Camilo ...

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3 Trends That Will Shape Crowdfunding in 2017…

In traditional reward-based crowdfunding, specific product categories perform exceptionally well across a swell of campaigns. We believe these same concepts will continue their upward arcs and shape crowdfunding well into 2017. 1. Affordable electric transportation for urban commuters. One of the most exciting trends is the influx of electric-transportation vehicles and ...

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Can Equity Crowdfunding Be Fixed?…

With the adoption last year of the Regulation Crowdfunding (Reg CF) exemptions by the Securities and Exchange Commissionprivate companies can now raise capital from all 230 million American adults. Until now, businesses have been restricted to fundraising from only 8.5 million accredited investors — anyone who makes $200K a year individually or ...

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