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Are you looking to start a crowdfunding campaign, but aren't ready to start accepting money just yet? One way to generate excitement pre-launch, and to collect information about potential backers, is to create a landing page. In the latest Rose Recommends, crowdfunding expert Rose Spinelli discusses what makes an effective campaign page — read her advice, and leave your own questions in the comments below.
In this Crowd Coffee: crowdfunding and solar energy; is crowdfunding political in nature; crowdsourcing political freedom; open innovation efforts in India; FTC looking at the sharing economy; and more.
Intrastate crowdfunding efforts are becoming much more commonplace, with the majority of states now having enacted intrastate exemptions, or considering them. One of the more interesting proposed exemptions has been introduced in South Carolina, sponsored by Rep. Dwight Loftis, who is the chairman of the House Committee on Economic Development. The proposed bill, HB 3088, would not only allow accredited and non-accredited state residents to invest in South Carolina businesses, but it would also provide tax incentives for investors.
CameraLends is an up-and-coming sharing economy company that connects individuals looking to rent cameras and microphones with those who are not currently using their equipment. To find out more about the company and how it cultivates trust among its members, we sent some questions to the company's founder, Adam Derewecki. His answers, after the jump.
In this end-of-week edition of Crowd Coffee: is Title III still important; equity crowdfunding hits $650m+; crowdfunding and crowdsourcing and MIPIM; Appririo raises a ton of money; and more.