2,616 crowdsourcing and crowdfunding sites
To get an understanding of the new equity crowdfunding regulations in France, we spoke with Joachim Dupont, cofounder and CEO of the platform Anaxago. Dupont walked us through the new regulations, providing an overview of the key points.
We take a look at one startup that was able to crowdsource feedback via the Reddit community.
Most companies, apps, and enterprise software we write about here at Crowdsourcing.org are about bringing the crowd together and harnessing the power of the collective. So when we saw a company looking to break crowds apart, instead of uniting them, we became intrigued.
CircleUp, an equity crowdfunding platform for accredited investors, has partnered with Virgin America. The airline will make use of wisdom of the crowds to find new snacks and drinks to serve aboard its flights.
Given the industry’s only recent ascendance into the limelight, it’s hardly surprising that those in the crowdfunding field are largely a disjointed bunch. Sure, you’ll find familiar faces on the conference circuit; but many of those who are involved in the industry can sometimes find themselves feeling isolated.
Missed Massolution NYC 2013: Crowd Powered Business in New York this September? We've uploaded the presentations to our YouTube channel, check them out here!
We speak with Crowdcube's Luke Lang to take a look back at 2013 and find out the company's plans for 2014. In the first part of our conversation, we talk about the platform's big year, the FCA's consultation on crowdfunding, and its partnerships with Startup Loans and Strathtay Ventures. Part two of our conversation is now up, as well.
Hoping to combat the problems associated with crowdsourcing, while emulating the positives, recent Yale graduate Daniel Qu founded Launchsite, which focuses specifically on website design and creation.
Fresh off a $43 million raise from Goldman Sachs and with a re-branding on the way that underscores the company’s growing ambitions, uTest (soon to be known as Applause) is preparing itself for a big year. We recently spoke with Matt Johnston, the company’s chief marketing and strategy officer, to get a peek at uTest’s plans for 2014.
Language learning tool Duolingo, which doubles as a crowdsourced translation service, had a huge 2013. How can it top its successful year? We speak with CEO Luis von Ahn to find out.
We speak with the cofounder of the newly-established Danish Crowdfunding Association to find out about the regulatory climate in the country and how the organization hopes to promote crowdfunding.
What does the year hold for crowd-powered business? eYeka's CEO Francois Petavy writes in to share his predictions for crowdsourcing in 2014.
We profile CommunityLeader, a white label software solution that helps companies create platforms to raise capital. We spoke with CommunityLeaders' C-level officers, partners, and customers to get an in-depth look at how the company works.
Broota, a Chilean crowdfunding platform, capped off its year in a big way. The company expanded into Brazil and raised roughly $230,000 through its own site. Read on to find out what the platform has planned on the horizon!
Thomas Vass writes in to discuss early equity crowdfunding in the American South. Check back on Monday for the second part of the article!
David Drake of LDJ Capital and The Soho Loft writes in to make some crowdfunding predictions for 2014. Read on to find out what he thinks the new year will bring for CircleUp, Lending Club, Angel.co, and others.
What's in a (brand) name? A lot, RocketHub is betting. We speak with CEO and co-founder Brian Meece to discuss its current partnership with FreshDirect, and why the platform is so keen on forging relationships with big-name brands.
The Pebble smartwach is still Kickstarter's most successful project, having raised over $10 million. An ambitious campaign on the platform for a similar product was suspended by Kickstarter over the weekend. We take a look at what happened to the Rock smartwatch.
Every day, people face thousands of choices on how to spend their time on the web. Given the huge amount of options that people have to allocate their time, why do a growing number of people participate on crowdsourcing sites?