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Equity Crowdfunding

Equity Crowdfunding Myths Debunked

Equity Crowdfunding Myths Debunked

Equity crowdfunding, also known as regulation crowdfunding, helped pave the way for private companies to raise capital from their “crowd”, or the community around them. While many private market investments have limits on who can invest, typically limited to wealthy … Continue reading

Something we always recommend to startups looking to raise money on our platform is to create a campaign video for their raise. While it’s not strictly necessary, according to a recent Forbes article, Indiegogo has found that campaigns with pitch … Continue reading

For many startups, the long-established method of raising the necessary funds to get their business to the next level can be a long and winding path. From conducting research, to pitching to investors, to negotiating equity valuation and potentially adjusting … Continue reading

In our last blog post, we reviewed what convertible notes are, their key features, when, and why they’re used. We also briefly touched on the crowd note as a modified version of a convertible note that was designed specifically for … Continue reading

As a relatively new industry, there is certainly no shortage of misconceptions surrounding equity crowdfunding. From the costs of running a campaign to the difficulties of adhering to regulations, we’re discussing some common myths that may deter business owners from … Continue reading

You’ve done your research, you’ve built up an engaged audience for your startup, and now it’s time for you to gear up for an equity crowdfunding campaign for your business. A key element of any successful raise is having a … Continue reading

Since Title III of the JOBS Act went into effect in 2016, equity crowdfunding has offered new opportunities for entrepreneurs and investors alike. Entrepreneurs are no longer limited to traditional sources of funding, and early-stage startup investing has become more … Continue reading