News and Articles About Crowdfunding
Flint and Tinder's founder shares tips on how he successfully branched out with a new product -- and you can, too.
CNBC announces a new television show called 'Crowd Rules' where business owners compete for $50,000. The money is awarded based on an audience vote.
Market research data shows that 308 active crowdfunding platforms raised $2.7 billion last year. In 2013, the industry is expected to raise $5.1 billion. Here's a look at where the rapidly-evolving industry is heading.
President Obama signed the Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act into law one year ago today, and it's still not implemented.
Industry experts anticipate more women and minorities will become startup funders when non-professional investors are allowed to participate in crowdfunding.
At a conference in New York City, industry experts shared tips for tapping the crowd.
How to make a decision, personalize your funding pitch, find an original name for your business and more: our best tips of the week.
Entrepreneurs looking for a funding boost can learn a few tricks from the cult favorite's Kickstarter success story.
When it comes to landing startup capital, crowdfunding can be a young entrepreneur's best friend. Given the new crowdfudning law, though, here are a few changes that'll pay to know sooner than later.
When Tigere Chiriga's crowdfunding campaign for his floating mug worked, he turned to CrowdHut for assistance.
The Indiegogo co-founder says anyone can be an entrepreneur and no project is too small. And, yes, it's entirely possible that one day your mom might understand what you're doing.
SoMoLend has facilitated over 100 small-business loans totaling nearly $3.5 million.
A conference in New York City showcases the leading edge of crowdsourcing.
The outgoing chief of the Small Business Administration talks about her four years at the helm of the agency and what her successor needs to do.
When it comes to landing funding, a smile and a handshake still go a long way. Check out the latest wave in crowdfunding.
Why getting comfortable with failure is part of the entrepreneurial struggle.
Members of the crowdfunding community descended on Washington, D.C., calling for the regulatory agency to finalize rules.
Various members of the crowdfunding community are expected meet in Washington, D.C., Tuesday to press lawmakers and the SEC to implement the JOBS Act.
Crowdfunding is catching fire in health care, partly because of the growing collection of sites that offer services to entrepreneurs inventing new products for patients, physicians and other medical providers.
The Corcoran Group founder answers an entrepreneur's question about what works on crowdfunding sites.
A San Francisco-based crowd-funding site draws the eyes and ears of multinational companies General Mills and Procter & Gamble.
Startups in emerging markets like Vietnam want to tap U.S investors, but capital won't flow until crowdfunding moves forward, writes Case Western's Michael Goldberg.
What's ahead for companies seeking to tap crowdfunding to sell equity stakes online? Lots of waiting.
On peer-to-peer lending website Prosper, anonymous users raise money from anonymous investors, Kickstarter-style.