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Some 50 percent of small businesses that applied for financing in 2014 haven't yet received it.
It's not about if you should do it but rather when you should do it.
How to interest investors outside, way outside, your inner circle of friends and family.
The Australian entrepreneurs set out to raise $70,000 for their Flow Hive honey-harvesting system. They have raised 14,720 percent of that goal.
The pace of crowdfunding growth has only been accelerating, according to a new report on the global industry.
Yes, it's completely possible to win the backing of investors without something physical to show.
The Flow Hive honey tap raised $5.3 million on the San Francisco-based crowdfunding platform.
With crowdfunding, investors are able to pool their resources to buy or finance both commercial and residential real-estate investments and purchases.
President Obama signed a law more than two years ago expanding access to crowdfunding. The idea was almost universally popular in Washington, a rarity in and of itself, but codifying a plan for how to implement and regulate this new arm of crowdfunding has proven to be an epic challenge.
In 2014, investment deals closed in a dozen cities that haven't seen VC money in at least five years.
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In an environment where many startups are seeking funding but few get it, entrepreneurs need to know how to stand out.
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As the vegetable-forward eatery looks to increase its store count by at least 50 percent, its founder is also looking for ways to preserve company culture.
The San Francisco-based crowdfunding platform says that it will not collect commission when individuals are raising money for medical emergencies, memorials and other life events.
Amid the excitement of planning an additional branch, prepare by considering these five questions.
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