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In this end-of-week edition of Crowd Coffee: European Securities and Markets Authority wants crowdfunding to have clear regulations; the effect of the sharing economy on workers; top ten crowdsourcing campaigns of 2014; and more.
In this Crowd Coffee: top ten equity crowdfunding campaigns of the year; how to become a 'Staff Pick' on Kickstarter; crowdsourcing entertainment ideas; sharing economy and risk; and more.
In October 2014, Malaysia’s Prime Minister, Najib Razak, announced new Digital Malaysia initiatives to further extend the benefits of the "digital economy" to the B40 and to deepen the economic impact of niche sectors. One of the key initiatives is to enhance the standard of living of the B40 community by accelerating existing efforts under Digital Malaysia to help the poor earn new income via crowdsourcing.
In this mid-week edition of Crowd Coffee: crowdfunding and journalism to be discussed; another crowdfunding platform launches; India's government continues to use crowdsourcing; sharing economy and why it went bust; and more.
Owen Andrew, a tech journalist, writes in to discuss what technologies and processes can help to supplement crowdsourcing, and how he sees them developing in the near future.
In this Crowd Coffee: Gaza Sky Geeks finds crowdfunding success; equity crowdfunding in Australia; crowdsourcing and the workplace; Britain and the sharing economy; and more.
What are some common crowdfunding mistakes? How to make sure you don't commit these blunders? Find out after the jump! (Hint: it involves a lot of planning.)
In this end-of-week edition: Mary Jo White on SEC's crowdfunding rules delays; Julian Assange is crowdfunding a statue of himself, Chelsea Manning, and Edward Snowden; eYeka says big brands are increasingly turning to crowdsourcing; is Uber even a sharing economy company; and more.
In this guest post, David Drake, founder and chairman of New York-based Victoria Global with divisions LDJ Capital and The Soho Loft Media Group, looks ahead to the new year, and makes guesses about what the year 2015 will (and will not) bring for crowdfunding.
In this Crowd Coffee: more thoughts on SEC's equity crowdfunding delays; researchers look at crowdfunding success factors; crowdsourcing helps to fight epilepsy; 'sharing economy' makes list of most loathsome business words; and more.
In this edition: why crowdfunding worries some; two news outlets embrace the crowd; Los Angeles not thrilled with Uber; Airbnb says global recession helped to spur the sharing economy; and more.
Nick Rojas, a business consultant and writer, offers advice on Search Engine Optimization, which can be useful for anyone running a crowdfunding or crowdsourcing campaign. Have any more tips? Share them in the comments!
In this Crowd Coffe: SEC comments on JOBS Act crowdfunding delays, sets a deadline; meanwhile, equity crowdfunding in Australia inching closer; crowdfunding bootcamp begins in Ahmedabad; crowdfunding campaigns becoming increasingly expensive; new crowdsourcing initiative to help typhoon relief effort in the Philippines; and more.
In this Crowd Coffee: equity crowdfunding booming in the UK, despite government warnings; crowdfunded gifts for the holidays; practical steps for implementing open innovation; Uber banned in Delhi; and more.
In this Crowd Coffee: Donald Trump cuts ties with FundAnything; 10 crowdfunding tips; crowdsourced parking in Israel; the sharing economy on Bloomberg Businessweek's list of disruptive ideas; and more.
In this edition: Oregon becomes latest state to propose equity crowdfunding rules; crowdfunding for scientific research; another crowdsourcing initiative in India; Peers and the sharing economy; and more.
In this Crowd Coffee: House Republicans ask SEC to speed up JOBS Act rulemaking; Indiegogo testing optional insurance fees; Peter Molyneux says crowdfunding can be detrimental to game; US government looking into creating plan for crowdsourcing; and more.
Karsten Wenzlaff, coordinator of the German Crowdfunding Network and a member of the European Crowdfunding Stakeholder Forum, writes in to discuss the proposed crowdfunding regulations in Germany, and shares his concerns about the outcomes the proposals may have on the crowdfunding industry in the country.