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In the following guest post, regular contributor Thomas Vass of The Private Capital Market, writes in to discuss America's stagnant economic recovery, why he believes angel/VC funding may be responsible for the lack of growth, and why equity crowdfunding may be a solution to drive growth.
In this post-holiday edition of Crowd Coffee: crowdfunding investors urged to exercise caution; equity crowdfunding in Thailand; crowdsourcing can help you sell your home; crowdsourcing maps in disaster-hit Nepal; sharing economy's low paid jobs; and more.
New Zealand sports a rather unoriginal flag design that incorporates the UK’s Union Jack flag on a navy background, with four stars of the Southern Cross to the right. Now, the former British colony is deciding whether it should stand pat with its current design, or make a change. As it’s a matter of national debate, ordinary New Zealanders are being asked to not just comment on, but to also submit designs for a new flag, if they support an update.
In this end-of-week edition of Crowd Coffee: doctors crowdsourcing medical opinion; crowdsourcing climate change strategy; Lebanon holds open innovation week; and more.