Monthly Archives: November 2014

50 Shades of Crowdfunding: A Reissue

Entrepreneur Crowdfunding Advice from Ruth Hedges The story of Christian and Anastasia may not have a direct correlation to entrepreneur crowdfunding advice, but the E.L. James romance novel Fifty Shades of Grey does offer some context to the modern entrepreneur.

Posted in Crowdfunding Advice, Entrepreneurs, Equity Crowdfunding, funding how-to, JOBS Act, Start-ups, Title III

5 Crowdfunding Campaign Mistakes to Avoid

The Don’ts of a Successful Crowdfunding Campaign When we were children, most of us were taught what not to do. What to avoid. What was bad. As we grew older, whenever we encountered a situation relevant to one of these

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Revisiting Equity Crowdfunding Predictions for 2014

Projected Crowdfunding Trends Discussed 10 Months Later It may be a little early to discuss the results of 2014 equity crowdfunding predictions made in January, but after reading through some we couldn’t help it. There are a lot of predictions

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truCrowd Accepted by Crowdfunding Platform Accreditation Program

Earns Recognition from Crowdfunding Accreditation for Platform Standards (CAPS) Celebrating one of our most significant achievements to date, we are proud to share we have been officially accepted into the CAPS crowdfunding platform accreditation program. As Title III equity crowdfunding

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