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I was going through an interesting article on BigThink today. There is no doubt, the culture is shifting towards ‘Social Financing’ . Some call it as ‘Crowd Funding’ .
by: neil Crowdfunding is an innovative source for funding your early stage requirements, but unlike traditional models, everything is not closed with a handshake after the first investor that agrees is on board. Crowdfunding often involves getting multiple small investors to back your startup plan and get on board, and that often means needing a persistent and active online campaign to draw the attention of funders.
by: neil Campaigning for an election. That’s perhaps the closest scenario one can equate in successfully getting crowdfunding to work for your next startup.
Brandon Mendelson is the project coordinator for A Million High Fives , the largest electronic supply and volunteer drive in America.
For many people, the thought of taking significant financial risk holds them back from jumping head-long into launching the idea that has been stuck in the recesses of their head.
Crowdfunding your startup through sites like Kickstarter and IndieGoGO has become an interesting, and in many cases, quite viable way of financing your project.
This video was bought to you by SitePen and Viadeo . Millions of dollars have been raised for projects ranging from films to world records on crowd funding platforms such as Indiegogo and Kickstarter.
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