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Funding Tree Crowdfunding Platform in UK

Funding Tree Crowdfunding Platform in UK

CrowdFund Insider, UK based investment crowdfunding platform Funding Tree has launched their much anticipated crowdfunding platform. The hybrid site claims to be the UK’s first fully regulated loan and equity based crowdfunding site. The one stop operation wants to match companies and investors to both loans and equity for SMEs, claiming to be the “only crowdfunding platform that remains with you for the life of your business”. Funding Tree will not just limit their opportunities to startups but also wants to aid in financing more mature businesses. Businesses must be UK Limited companies and will be required to submit a business plan and accompanying financial…

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Kendall Almerico Announces Opening of Fund Hub JOBS Act Compliance Business

Kendall Almerico Announces Opening of Fund Hub JOBS Act Compliance Business

CrowdFunding Beat News Wire  Tampa, FL (PRWEB) January 27, 2014 Crowdfunding Expert Kendall Almerico has joined with Securities Regulatory Lawyer and FINRA Board of Governors member Kevin Carreno as well as Hispanic Securities Lawyer George Guerra to openhttp://www.FundHub.biz, a website offering services to JOBS Act equity crowdfunding investors, businesses and broker-dealers. “The JOBS Act is supposed to democratize the investment process and let anyone, not just the rich, invest in new business startups,” Almerico says. “But the SEC has created 585 pages of proposed rules that make the process too complicated for most people or businesses to use without help.” Fund Hub is designed to…

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Crowdfunding Lesson From Habitat: Empower Your Volunteers

Crowdfunding Lesson From Habitat: Empower Your Volunteers

Dave McMurtry is a player in Silicon Valley. I mean that in the very best sense. He is a graduate of the Stanford Graduate School of Business and has spent much of his career in the tech community, including more than half a decade at tech giant Intuit. He more recently served as the CEO of Loomia, a social media company. In 2005, Dave wanted to take a break from his career to give back. As a pilot, his first choice was to volunteer some flight time to Doctors without Borders, but when he found out there weren’t any of those volunteer opportunities available at that time he decided…

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Crowdfunding Nuts And Bolts: Tackling Fulfilment & Campaign Rewards

Crowdfunding Nuts And Bolts: Tackling Fulfilment & Campaign Rewards

One of the biggest challenges for very successful crowdfunded projects, as I mentioned in my last piece on crowdfunding, is how to deal with sending out all those rewards. Distributing digital rewards is quite simple, but physical items can be more problematic, especially if you get significantly more supporters than you had anticipated. If you only need to send out a few hundred items, it’s easy enough to get a few friends round, ply them with food and booze, and do your packaging by hand. In the UK you can buy and print out your postage online, and then you only need to schlep everything to the…

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The Kickstarter Of Solar Gets Ambitious With Military Housing Installation

The Kickstarter Of Solar Gets Ambitious With Military Housing Installation

  Mosaic has done a pretty good job of introducing the concept of crowdfunding to solar. By giving anybody the power to invest in solar projects around the United States for as little as $25, Mosaic has become a darling of the cleantech community. So far, the Oakland-based startup has successfully funded $2 million towards 16 solar installations from normal people investing. But most have been pretty small: the biggest project to date has been a 657 kilowatt installation on a charter school in Colorado. But now, it looks like the crowdfunding vehicle is getting a lot more ambitious. A recent project listed on the company’s…

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Double Fine Misadventure: First Major Kickstarter Game Hits A Snag

Double Fine Misadventure: First Major Kickstarter Game Hits A Snag

Tim Schafer writes candidly about his game ‘Broken Age’ running out of money, but this is just the nature of the beast. Once upon a time, there was a website designed to crowdfund small, creative projects—a garage band’s new self-recorded album; a short film; a dance video. That website was called Kickstarter. Then, along came Tim Schafer and Double Fine Adventure, the video game now known as Broken Age, which transformed the site into an indie video game crowdfunding platform overnight. Kickstarter termed it the “Blockbuster Effect.” Well, not just a video game funding platform, but these days many of the biggest projects—from the Ouya to Star…

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NPRAfter Outcry, Crowdfunding Site Patreon Backs Off Plan To Raise ...NPRThe popular crowdfunding service Patreon has backed off plans to change its payment structure, after widespread, vocal and passionate opposition from creators and their fans. Last week, the site announced it woul [...]

TechCrunchHow hate speech crowdfunding outfit Hatreon crept back online ...TechCrunchIf you want to make a living creating white supremacist content, you're probably not going to do it via sites like Kickstarter and Patreon, which prohibit hate speech. Fortunately there's Ha [...]

CryptoCoinsNewsCrowdfunding Giant Indiegogo Looks to Make ICOs MainstreamCryptoCoinsNewsCrowdfunding platform Indiegogo has a plan to help initial coin offerings (ICOs) break into the mainstream, even as the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is ramping up its oversight of [...]

CoinDeskKickstarter ICO? Don't Count On It Says Crowdfunding Leader ...CoinDeskThe company most widely associated with crowdfunding, Brooklyn-based Kickstarter, has no plans to get into the initial coin offering (ICO) business. Coming in response to the news yesterday that compet [...]

ForbesCrowdfunding Do's And Dont's From iFundWomen's Karen CahnForbesDuring our conversation, she was transparent in sharing that her first software company, VProud, failed because she “did everything backwards” and spent too much time trying to perfect the product. “Pe [...]

Coindesk (press release) (blog)Crowdfunding Giant Indiegogo Opens to ICOs - CoinDeskCoindesk (press release) (blog)The startup revealed today that, through an existing partnership with MicroVentures, it will begin offering services to projects seek to use the blockchain funding model. [...]

TechCrunchFormer Gawker employees are crowdfunding an effort to buy Gawker.comTechCrunchWhile Univision acquired most of Gawker Media's sites last year (and renamed them as the Gizmodo Media Group), the deal didn't include Gawker itself. In fact, BuzzFeed reported last month [...]

Eater LondonEx-Nobu and Kurobuta Chef Scott Hallsworth Is Crowdfunding for His Next RestaurantEater LondonNew on Kickstarter this week is Scott Hallsworth, erstwhile Nobu head chef and progenitor of the Kurobuta brand, which was sold from under his feet earlier this year. "We wer [...]

FortuneWant to Hold Your Own ICO? Indiegogo Can Help You With ThatFortuneCrowdfunding sites like Kickstarter (kickstarter, +0.00%) and Indiegogo raised start-up cash for a generation of online entrepreneurs, but one increasingly visible method of internet-sourced financing seemed to h [...]

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