New Crowd Funding Site Helps Companies Raise Time

The cool thing about crowdfunding is that it started as a way to raise donations (eg, public radio) then morphed into rewards, then into equity and now CrowdRaising is starting a platform where you “donate” your time instead of money.

“Currently 86 people have promised to devote 633 hours to tasks such as advising CrowdRaising on its app usability or helping to plan social media promotion.”

Founders will charge companies based on hours raised. The platform intends to let entrepreneurs offer equity also.

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