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Splash is the first platform that allows users to manage the entire life-cycle of an event.
Prefundia offers investors a sneak peek at your idea before the funding search begins.
Mixpanel offers a Revenue Analytics tool that allows businesses to measure a customer's "lifetime value."
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PivotDesk wants to play matchmaker for office space, helping fledgling companies find the right digs by connecting them with other businesses that are locked into long-term leases and have floor space to spare.
Call it crowdfunding 2.0. Established companies are using Kickstarter and the like to launch new products, paid for by a built-in customer base before they hit the production line.
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If you don't want to give up control of your business to outside investors, consider crowdfunding and bootstrapping.
FundersClub helps facilitate financing in early-stage companies for small investors who want to make small investments.
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How you fund your startup will play a deciding role in the company you build.
Betaworks calls itself a 'maker,' and so far they have helped build some of the social web's biggest companies including TweetDeck, Kickstarter and Tumblr.
A loan that provides capital in exchange for a fixed percentage of gross monthly revenue is gaining new traction among startups. For some borrowers, it can be an attractive alternative to a traditional bank loan.
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