The types of investors who put money into reward-based crowdfunders aren't the ones who will buy shares through equity crowdfunding – at least not at first.
Crowdfunding seems like it's sheltered from Wall Street's bulls and bears, but it's not.
Life doesn't come with an instruction manual, but now aspiring entrepreneurs have a comic book to draw from.
With another 13 days left in the crowdfunding campaign, the BauBax jacket has already raised $5.6 million from almost 29,000 backers.
Start your engines. A company called MegaBots is raising money on Kickstarter to prepare its 12,000-pound robot for a fight with a robot in Japan.
Eric Ries turns to Kickstarter to launch his latest book.
Understanding these innovations will help you get the most out of the brave new world of peer-to-peer financing.
Irked by the sound of keys clinking together? So is California entrepreneur Vince Ho.
More than 7,000 campaign backers have already contributed $550,000 to the preservation project.
Michael Streko was caught after reportedly asking children for drugs. His son was found unharmed.
Michael Streko had launched a Kickstarter campaign to travel the country interviewing entrepreneurs.
Available as a sweatshirt, blazer, windbreaker or bomber, BauBax has everything from a built-in neck pillow and gloves to earphone holders and a drink pocket.
The menswear brand Public Rec was launched by a sweatpants aficionado on a mission to make loungewear look less like PJs.
Ready To Launch
It depends on the stage of your business. Crowdfunding expert Sally Outlaw breaks it down.
is one of the most popular and recognized
platforms geared toward funding creative and artistic projects. Kickstarter follows a pledge-and-reward crowdfunding model, so that backers who pledge money are offered rewards at each monetary level of pledging. The funds must be raised within a set period of time.
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