We're all in this together: Take a look at our exclusive list of 100 companies that are crowdfunding success stories.
Over the past few years, social platforms have blossomed into a marketing playground and proved that communities have power.
An inside look at how these entrepreneurs got the crowd to fund their businesses to the tune of some big bucks.
There are plenty of intriguing companies on our Top 100 list, but from glowing plants to a life-sized origami boat, here's a look about some of the most bizarre.
The Los Angeles branding firm Ferroconcrete designed a clean but bold reusable pouch for Kusin & Kusin's odor eliminating pet wipes.
On CustomMade.com, buyers post a photo or a description of what they want and craftspeople bid on the project.
After a mediocre experience with Craiglist, a French-Californian restaurant posts an ad on PoachedJobs (a job site for food and beverage industries) and achieves stellar results.
Software and platforms make it cheap and easy for your business to address everything from marketing, to brand management to human resources.
Refinery29 had become cluttered and difficult to navigate. Enter Wolff Olins, the global brand consultancy that redesigned the site to create a clean but playful user experience.
Headspace,a guided-meditation platform, allows the busy entrepreneur to destress, reduce anxiety and refocus -- all in ten minutes.
Ideas are really the easy part of a startup; what VC's are increasingly looking for is the ability to execute.
Save money and time -- early-morning flights have their advantages.
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