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Wealth Migrate is a global, self-service, crowd sourced property solution, which takes advantage of local property markets, through best of breed partners and collective buying power. The...
Regular contributor Thomas Vass, the owner and manager of The Private Capital Market, a fee-based subscription crowdfunding site, writes in to discuss Folio's Private Placement Platform, and the effects it can have on the crowdfunding industry.
In this end-of-week edition: Seedrs coming to the US; Dropkicker interview; how to get the media to write about your crowdfunding campaign; Starbucks crowdsourcing its delivery service?; crowdsourced design platform gets a major cash infusion; and more.
The app allows users to keep up with the latest developments taking place on eYeka. They can access any notifications they may have gotten, see what challenges the platform is running at the moment, and answer ‘Quick Questions’ to earn some Creative Score points, which can help to show brands how engaged you are in the eYeka community.
In this Crowd Coffee: more on RedditMade; crowdfunding campaign helps an elderly man make ends meet; the benefits and drawbacks of soliciting ideas from the crowd; sharing economy's worker protection problem; and more.
Tomorrow, October 30, NineSigma will be hosting a webinar about what projects are best (and worst) suited for open innovation contests. NineSigma’s director of healthcare program management Stephen Clulow will be joined by Miles Eddowes, head of the Innovation Accelerators Department at Mondelez International, a confectionery and snacks conglomerate that spun off from Kraft Foods in 2012.
Reddit is partnering with manufacturers who will oversee the production process. That means that there’s virtually no risk for the backers, either, like there is on platforms like Kickstarter and Indiegogo, where creators can get bogged down in fulfilling their rewards and products.
In this Crowd Coffee: three trends that will change crowdfunding; Australia's National Archives crowdsourcing photographs and personal histories of WWI; how can crowdsourcing and open innovation help your business; and more.
Crowdsourced photography app Scoopshot announced last week that it has released the latest, 4.0 version of its app for iOS and Android devices. The update brings a number of social features to the app: users can view others’ portfolios, see trending images, and follow their favorite contributors, publishers, and brands.
P2P isn't always the best option for every business, but it does provide a new financing opportunity for young companies in need of growth capital. Smarter Finance USA, a company that helps small business owners learn about available financing options, recently put out an infographic showing how P2P differs from more traditional sources of capital, highlighting some of the positives. Check it out after the jump.
Crowdfunding coach Rose Spinelli writes in with advice that's applicable to anyone, not just crowdfunders, looking to spread a message: don't bury the lede! She looks at a campaign whose owner is a great communicator, but not on the all-important campaign page. Read her latest advice and submit your own questions for future Rose Recommends columns!
In this edition: crowdsourcing and supercomputing helping to fight Ebola in Sierra Leone; Zooppa's crowdsourced advertising; what happens when a Kickstarter campaign doesn't ship; Michigan's crowdfunding law examined; and more.
Duolingo’s language learning platform is, of course, very useful to many people who want to travel, study, or work abroad. But unless they can prove their proficiency, their efforts can go unnoticed. That’s why over the summer, Duolingo launched Test Center, a new site and app that allows users to certify their knowledge of the English language. The service will cost $20 (while it’s in beta, it’s free), around a tenth of the price of the TOEFL, Duolingo says.
In this Crowd Coffee: the perils of crowdfunding a beer; why asking your friends to crowdfund a vacation may be impolite; why Uber should open up its passenger ratings; a crowdsourcing and crowdfunding platform opens in Kansas; and more.
Adam Stone, CEO of Speedlancer, an Australian crowdsourcing platform, writes in to discuss two problems in the crowdsourcing industry, namely the lack of experienced workers and fairness, and how his company aims to solve them.
In this Crowd Coffee: sharing economy's organized workers; Texas Securities Board approves equity crowdfunding rules; Chaordix creates a crowdsourcing community for higher education; and more.
Folio Investing has a lofty goal: it wants to make the management of private securities as simple as public ones. If the company succeeds, it can have drastic effects on the private placement and the emerging equity crowdfunding industries by filling a number of clear needs.
Rob Misheloff, owner of Smarter Finance USA, a company that helps small business owners learn about the different options available to them for business financing, writes in to look at how peer-to-business financing can help small businesses to grow their operations and, if all goes well, hire more employees.
In this mid-week edition: JOBS Act lets hedge funds open up; hefty hoverboard raising cash on Kickstarter; Apple is crowdsourcing business listing to improve its Maps; taxing and regulating the sharing economy; and more.
Tilt has a grand vision: it wants to be for crowdfunding what WordPress is for blogging. That is, the San Francisco-based company wants to make it simple and free for people to have a crowdfunding campaign up in minimal time, for anything they think is worth funding. The company has made a series of moves to put its ambitious goals well within reach; indeed, in multiple major ways, the company has already delivered.