Category Archive for: ‘Crowdfunding’

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    Focus can determine future for startup businesses

    Startup companies that are trying to market their product to multiple channels or customers often have a difficult time reaching first customers, break even, or becoming profitable.  The problem is one of focus.  Many startup companies do actually have several avenues for selling their products […]

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    The Crowdfunding Pre-Tail

    by Jim Taylor | October 21, 2014 Part 4 of a 4-part Series As we mentioned in the article, “Crowdfunding Primer,” crowdfunding has the potential to greatly increase access to capital for small businesses. However, crowdfunding to date has mostly been used for creative or […]

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    Promotion an integral function of crowdfunding success

    by Jim Taylor | October 13, 2014 Part 3 of a 4-part Series Crowdfunding has the potential to greatly increase access to capital for small businesses. However, crowdfunding to date has mostly been used for creative or non-profit ventures through reward and donation sites such […]

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    Understanding regulatory insight of crowdfunding

    by Jim Taylor | September 29, 2014 Part 2 of a 4-part Series As we mentioned in “Crowdfunding Primer,” crowdfunding has the potential to greatly increase access to capital for small businesses. However, crowdfunding to date has mostly been used for creative or non-profit ventures […]

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    Crowdfunding Primer: What is crowdfunding?

    by Jim Taylor | September 19, 2014 Part 1 of a 4-part series Crowdfunding is a pooling of funds from a large number of participants (a crowd) to raise funds for a project or new initiative usually through an Internet platform. This is not a […]

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