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Kickstarter Makes First Acquisition, Saves Independent Music Community Drip From Closing
Terms of the deal weren't disclosed, but it was a lifesaver for Drip, which just a few weeks back announced it had to shut its doors.
Kickstarter Wants to Be More Than a Crowdfunding Platform
'Our mission statement does not contain the word crowdfunding,' says Yancey Strickler, a co-founder and CEO of the company.
Only 1 in 3 Americans Have Heard of Equity Crowdfunding
But nearly three-quarters of Americans would consider making an investment in equity crowdfunding, according to a new survey.
Get Your Burning Crowdfunding Questions Answered on Kickstarter's Version of Reddit
Called Campus, the online forum gives crowdfunders a place to get support and feedback about how to launch and run a campaign.
Within 10 Years, the Number of Accelerator Programs in the U.S. Has Increased Tenfold
The growth rate is especially impressive considering the country went through the Great Recession.
The First 100,000 Successful Kickstarter Campaigns, in 10 Numbers
The crowdfunding platform released a mountain of data to celebrate its latest milestone. We pulled out a handful of the most interesting bits.
Women Raise More Money With Crowdfunding, Research Shows
The difference comes down to the words female founders use, according to a UC Berkeley study.
A New Kind of Financing That Doesn't Involve Taking on Debt or Giving Away Equity
Here are five ways that the new R round is different than other types of finance currently available for entrepreneurs.
Less Than a Third of Crowdfunding Campaigns Reach Their Goals
But one platform sees much higher rates of success than the others, according to a new report.
Nearly 1 in 10 Kickstarter Projects Fails to Deliver Rewards
The crowdfunding platform commissioned a University of Pennsylvania professor to do an analysis of the fulfillment rates of funded campaigns on the platform.