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Regulation Crowdfunding Offerings Surpass 500

Today marks a milestone for Regulation Crowdfunding. The 500th company has filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission to raise funds via online portals. The chart below show the cumulative number of offerings since the launch of Regulation Crowdfunding on May 16, 2016. Since then 51% of these companies have raised over $66M from over …

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CCA/World Bank Announce the Publication of Crowdfunding’s Potential in the Caribbean

From the forward written by Bryan Zhang Co-Founder and Interim Executive Director Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance: “Following their trailblazing work on Crowdfunding’s Potential for the Developing World (infoDev,2013), the authors of this report [Crowdfund Capital Advisors] carried out empirical research to assess the potential of crowdfunding in the Caribbean. It focuses on the prerequisite …

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4 Questions that Show Where U.S. Entrepreneurs are Succeeding with Regulation Crowdfunding

(The following is a reprint of a story we wrote for Crowdfund Insider. The original can be found here) The first Fiscal Year of Regulation Crowdfunding has come to an end and our data continues to deliver valuable information for investors, founders and government officials. Overwhelmingly, California has taken the early lead in Regulation Crowdfunding …

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Data Proves Regulation Crowdfunding is a Revenue, Net Income Generator AND a Jobs Engine – What else is our Government & Media Waiting For?

Regulation Crowdfunding is a little over a year old and the data indicates that it is a revenue and income generator for companies and a jobs engine for the economy. The law requires companies that complete successful campaigns to file an Annual Report with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and also make it available …

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Data shows social following isn’t crucial to successful crowdfunding

(The following is a reprint of a story we wrote for VentureBeat. The original can be found here) Crowdfunding is the hot new topic in the startup world. Since the passage of regulations allowing companies to source funding from Main Street American investors, startups have been flocking to crowdfunding platforms to secure capital. But what …

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