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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.