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Crowdfunding is quickly disrupting a number of industries, from video games to real estate investing. For this Rose Recommends column, though, crowdfunding expert Rose Spinelli answers a question about a different industry that's also feeling the effects of the crowd: fashion. Read her latest column, and leave your own questions for Rose after the jump!
The Securities and Exchange Commission in the U.S. is turning to one of the most time-honored forms of crowdsourcing for help in drafting new rules for the crowdfunding system that's soon to come into existence as part of the recently signed JOBS Act -- the old-fashioned public comment period.
For the past 2 years, Fashism, one of New York City’s fashion startups, has built an online community of over 80,000 users who upload photos of their outfits in order to get realtime feedback,...
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.
In her latest Rose Recommends column, crowdfunding coach Rose Spinelli discusses crowdfunding for parties, concerts, and other events, and compiles a list of crowdfunding platforms designed specifically for this niche. Check out her advice, and leave your own questions for her in the comments!
In this Crowd Coffee: how crowdfunding helped to build the Statue of Liberty; crowdfunding's scammers; five myths about crowdfunding debunked; crowdsourcing financial advice; the sharing economy and California's drought; and more.
In this edition of Crowd Coffee: more teachers turning to crowdfunding for classrooms; FundRazr campaign stopped because of threats; crowdsourcing flu symptoms near you; UK orders sharing economy review; four packaging innovation ideas to come out of open innovation; and more.