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Big Corporates Use Crowdfunding For Cheap R&D

Crowdfunding is finding relevancy with major corporations. LEGO, Coca Cola and others are using crowdfunding platforms to engage in consumer research and development. With a more fickle consumer universe, companies are testing out new products on platforms like Indiegogo to … Continue reading

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Crowdfunding Helps Cut Rape Kit Backlog

Some of the money raised by the #MeToo movement could go to prosecuting years, sometimes decades, old rape crimes. In Texas, the backlog of untested rape kits was 20,000 in 2011, some going back to the 1980’s. The state passed … Continue reading

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Is Equity Crowdfunding Better For Biotech?

One comentator thinks that equity crowdfunding may be a better fit for biotech firms because the scientific community has criticized rewards-based campaigns for promising a product that doesn’t exist except as a hypothesis and that would require regulatory approval. In … Continue reading

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