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Crowd Funding Websites - Strategy of Innovation Crowd Funding Internet Platforms If you do not see your platform, indicate me your website with a short pitch indicating your type of crowd funding, your theme and where in the world you are located (the owner of the platform) Crowd Funding = Raising money online by soliciting small amounts from many (the crowd) instead of a wealthy few These articles will help you to understand what Crowd Funding is about: - 1/2: Types of Crowd Funding: Ways Entrepreneurs Can Face the Investment Crisis (Eng) - 2/2: How to Invest Using a Crowd Funding Website (Eng) - French version of articles 1 and 2: (Fr) - Examples of CrowdFunding for big projects: (Eng) - Examples of biotech startups funded by Equity-based Crowdfunding/Micro-investing: (Eng)
Venture Deals: Chapter 1: The Players On day two of our romp through the table of contents of Venture Deals: Be Smarter Than Your Lawyer and Venture Capitalist, we cover the various players involved. While it might seem like there are only two players in the financing dance—the entrepreneur and the venture capitalist—there are often others, including angel investors, lawyers, and mentors. Any entrepreneur who has created a company that has gone through multiple financings knows that the number of people involved can quickly spiral out of control, especially if you aren’t sure who actually is making the decisions at each step along the way. The experience, motivation, and relative power of each participant in a financing can be complex, and the implications are often mysterious. Let’s begin our journey to understanding venture capital financings by making sure we understand each player and the dynamics surrounding the participants.
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