This global compiled report on data collected on over 6,000 individuals and companies from all over the world, and released it at UC Berkeley’s Academic Symposium on crowdfunding
On the 3rd of September, Crowd Valley Inc, the US-based crowdfunding platform, ecosystem services
and back office provider, celebrated its first year of operations. In twelve months of global activity in the
fast-growing sector of crowdfunding the organization had collected plenty of data. These can offer an
interesting outlook on the current status of the market.
On the 23rd of September, Title II of the JOBS Act became effective, allowing companies publicly
to solicit investors and advertize the sale of securities 1. It will not be long before this rule begins to
produce its effects on the crowdfunding market. Therefore, Crowd Valley believes it is the right moment
to frame the sector’s current situation and use it to evaluate, in a year’s time, the impact of the American
regulation on the global crowdfunding market.
The company analyzed a sample of more than 500 observations from five continents to unveil what are
the most interesting trends in the sector of crowdfunding, which are presented in the next sections.
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