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Crowdfunding Platform Finds A Niche

As a market gets crowded, players start looking for niches to fill. That’s Honeycomb, an accelerator startup that is now an SEC registered web portal. Honeycomb plans to have local customers fund small loans for community businesses that have actual … Continue reading

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Crowdfunding Is Really “Crowd Marketing”

Cheryl Clements, Chief Executive Officer of the web platform Pieshell, notes that crowdfunding is really a two way street and the best crowdfunders are also “crowd marketers.” This is due to the fact that the crowdfunding process allows an entrepreneur … Continue reading

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Crowdfunding And Other Ways To Raise Capital

Some obvious, some not so. This recent article describes in little detail 20 ways to raise money for your business. While it provides some good ideas, they’re not fleshed out and additional research is needed to make the discussion helpful … Continue reading

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Crowdfunding Helps Those Less Connected

It takes money to make money. According to a survey in the UK, ” those who owned homes were more likely to start up on their own, and 30% more likely than renters to see their company’s third anniversary. ” … Continue reading

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600 People In Your Crowdfunding Network?

Six degrees of Kevin Bacon? According to The Huffington Post, it’s actually 600 degrees, or supposedly there are 600 people in your network that you can tap for crowdfunding. (However, the New York Times article this article is based on … Continue reading

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Newest Crowdfunding Trend: Funerals

Newest trend in”charity” crowdfunding is for funerals. With a median cost of $7,180, funerals are getting more expensive every year and life insurance sales, which typically fund burial costs, have been declining. Thus, more people turning to friends, families and, … Continue reading

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