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Buyers, beware. While private-company shares can now be bought relatively easily, selling them will likely prove more difficult.
This platform opens up new funding for businesses but success requires good communication.
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Regulation A+ promises to be a game changer for how emerging companies are funded, but mind those attorney and accountant fees.
Rockethub, incubated at AlleyNYC, sold for $15 million. Coworking was a big part of its success.
With crowdfunding, investors are able to pool their resources to buy or finance both commercial and residential real-estate investments and purchases.
The availability of capital for entrepreneurs is not the issue anymore, but rather how to access these funds from the angels, VCs or the crowd.
Once these investments are allowed, the trick will be knowing which companies to back.
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.
The new year has arrived and for those looking to get into Asia's crowdfunding market, here are our predictions.
Provision would allow entrepreneurs and small businesses to raise funds from the general public.
Under the JOBS Act, small companies can now sell shares to accredited investors. Here's how to do it.
The remaining months of 2014 and beyond will hold unexpected twists for those hoping to ride the ever-increasing crowdfunding wave.
Washington, D.C., is the best place to crowdfund in the U.S. and Mississippi is the worst.
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