2,822 crowdsourcing and crowdfunding sites
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...
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.
In this Crowd Coffee: Maryland finalizes intrastate crowdfunding rules; why crowdfunding isn't as easy as you think; another company tries to make private jets shareable; Indian government runs a life-saving crowdsourcing campaign; and more.
With crowdfunding continuing to grow in Europe, a new industry body, the European Equity Crowdfunding Association, formed in late May to represent specifically equity- and debt-based crowdfunding industries. Recently, EECA held its first board meeting, so we caught up with the organization's General Counsel and Manager Alessandro Lerro to find out more about the association.
In her latest installment of Rose Recommends, crowdfunding expert Rose Spinelli gives advice to the owner of a crowdfunding campaign that focuses on religion. One of her many bits of wisdom: in crowdfunding, when you target everyone, you target no one. Find out what she means after the jump!
In this edition: advice on how to make your crowdfunding campaign succeed; social entrepreneurship and crowdfunding come together; crowdfunding and bitcoin; a AUD$20 million real estate crowdfunding deal; Uber enters Alaska, regulators concerned; and more.
Wealth Migrate CEO Scott Picken believes that global real estate crowdfunding can create a “bridge of safety” between the emerging and developed worlds: investors in emerging countries want a way to invest safely in developed world, while people in the first world aren’t happy with the returns they’re getting, and want to invest in the emerging world. Find out how his company is helping to build those bridges after the jump.
In this end-of-week edition: equity crowdfunding keeps chugging on; a Kickstarter controversy; Cisco and NineSigma announce open innovation winners; time for sharing economy regulation to start over; and more.
The line between making factual statements about a company and overpromising can be difficult to pin down, especially for entrepreneurs who truly believe that their companies are destined for greatness. Tom Vass, manager of The Private Capital Market, spoke with securities attorney James Verdonik about how to stay within the bounds of the law when advertising private securities deals.
In this Crowd Coffee: how crowdfunding can be used as market research; USC launches a crowdfunding portal; company uses crowdsourcing for things like love counseling and fashion choices; sharing economy takes on Halloween; and more.
On Sunday, a powerful cyclone hit India’s eastern Andhra Pradesh and Orissa states, causing widespread destruction and killing 25. As part of the effort, Andhra Pradesh’s regional government has set up a website and launched an Android app to collect information about the damage caused by the cyclone.
The following is a guest post from the team over at Funderbuilt, a Detroit-based equity crowdfunding platform, who compiled some useful advice on how campaign owners should treat their backers to maximize efficiency.
In this mid-week edition: Singapore's government launches a crowdsourcing program to record information about users' broadband speed and network coverage; Amazon's crowdsourced publishing platform to be called Kindle Scout; crowdsourcing and SEO; Obamacare's impact on the sharing economy; and more.
CloudFactory, a distributed cloud labor platform, announced on Friday that it has raised $3 million in a Series A round. The funding was led by David Clouse, founder of VRBO, with other institutional and angel investors also participating.
Nick Moules, Marketing and Communications Manager at RebuildingSociety, writes in to discuss how the P2P market has progressed in the UK, and offers some advice for US-based platforms on how to proceed going into the future.
In this edition: Israel's authorities promote equity crowdfunding; a crowdfunding platform for sports enters the fray, but is it too late?; sharing your parking spot in the collaborative economy; Lay's 'Do Us a Flavor' campaign seems to be paying off; and more.