Monthly Archives: October 2014

Entrepreneur Crowdfunding Advice You Should Know Already

No Crowdfunding Secrets Here – Just Working Advice After Texas equity crowdfunding sailed through a unanimous 4-0 vote last week, Texans will have access to live intrastate crowdfunding campaigns by late November. The Lone Star State may not be the first

Posted in Capital Formation, Crowdfunding Advice, funding, Intrastate Crowdfunding, Investment Advice, Social Media, Start-ups, Startup Valuation, Title III

10 Crowdfunding Campaigns that Change Lives

Crowdfunding Campaigns for Charity Making a list of the “best” crowdfunding campaigns for charity is like making a list of the best tasting candy at Halloween. Everyone has their own favorite, and considering they all make people happy, who gets

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Crowdfunding Sites Being Used for Vacations and Classes

Poor Crowdfunding Etiquette or Reasonable Request? On October 15th we featured a blog about crowdfunding sites being used for purposes other than raising capital. In our article about crowdfunding for entertainment, we wrote about crowdfunding being used for paying off damages

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Exploring the 2014 Global Crowdfunding Convention and Bootcamp

Speakers and Highlights of the 3rd Annual Crowdfunding Event Widely renowned as the premier crowdfunding event in the world, the Global Crowdfunding Convention and Bootcamp (GCCB) is happening right now at The Westin Lake Las Vegas Resort & Spa. Yes, we

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Equity Crowdfunding Proposal Vote Is 1 Year Old Today

3rd Annual Global Crowdfunding Convention and Bootcamp also Kicks Off In Las Vegas Remember the good ‘ol days of October 2013? The JOBS Act was only 1 ½ years old and Title II was just enacted a month ago on

Posted in Capital Formation, crowdfunding, Entrepreneurs, Equity Crowdfunding, equity crowdfunding law, Investors, JOBS Act, Start-ups, Title III, Uncategorized

Crowdfunding for Wine? Yes, Please.

Crowdfunding Websites Beg the Question: Wine Not? If we were to make a “Top 10” list of things we enjoy most in life, crowdfunding and wine would certainly make the cut. Now, we are not saying we are lushes when

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Money Advice for Entrepreneurs from Shark Tank’s Lori Greiner

Crowdfunding Entrepreneurs Take Notice ABC’s hit television showShark Tank is an exciting program for both entrepreneurs and investors. Entrepreneurs enjoy watching it because they get to see others like them pitch their products to a panel of wildly successful investors.

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Fans Use Crowdfunding Campaigns to Pay for Entertainment

Clever Campaigns Let Fun Reign When crowdfunding was created, the main goal was to raise capital for startups. The untapped resources of non-accredited investors were ripe for the picking and the investors themselves seemed eager to participate. Now a few

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What Motivates Entrepreneurs to Join Crowdfunding Platforms?

The Incentives of Launching and Funding Online Offerings Many article and studies have been done on what motivates an entrepreneur in general, but what about crowdfunding? What motivates entrepreneurs to join crowdfunding platforms? As we near the eventual date of the

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Entrepreneur and Investor Communication

More Contact Equals Higher Investment Amounts Understanding the decision-making process of an investor is a top priority for capital-seeking entrepreneurs. In fact, if entrepreneurs could choose one superpower it would probably be to read the minds of every investor.  Superpowers

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