Is crowdfunding for you?

A new era in funding is here, and it's making headlines. Potentially providing money for nearly everything from presidential campaigns to technological innovations, crowdfunding presents unique fundraising opportunities for businesses and investors alike. But before making a decision about whether to pursue crowdfunding, conduct a careful analysis of the three core benefits and their risks.…

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  1. Great Article Lad…For Entrepreneurs, small and big businesses wanting to generate funding at this momentum from the start is of utmost importance. Major crowdfunding platforms like Kickstarter, GoFundMe, and CrowdRising– encompassing all types of lending and funding opportunities, be it equity investments or even donation-based contributions – have definitely recognized this point. Aside from the platforms integrating greater volumes of investment tools and education materials, I do agree that it is the responsibility of the wider industry to generate more awareness of this route to funding and for Entrepreneurs,and business owners themselves to research the opportunities available to them.
    The levels of networking and communication on the World Wide Web (Internet) between businesses and private equity specialists is very crucial to take action – this will help small businesses create a pipeline of investors who are prepared to back their cause once they appear on a crowdfunding platform like CrowdRising (http://www.crowdrising.net/ref/silentmoney) . But Importantly doing as much promotion and networking around the business as possible could also prove beneficial results for the Entrepreneur, and business owner.