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The First JOBSIMPACT Small Business Crowdfunding Index Released

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 22, 2014   The First JOBSIMPACT Small Business Crowdfunding Index Released: Best to Worst Crowdfunding Environments for Entrepreneurship and Small Business Miami, FL – Today, Crowdfund Capital Advisors (CCA) in conjunction with The Crowdfunding Center published the first quarterly state crowdfunding rankings: “JOBSIMPACT Small Business Crowdfunding Index: Best to Worst Crowdfunding Environments for Entrepreneurship and Small Business.” …

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World Bank-supported Climate Innovation Center launches program to promote crowdfunding campaigns for Kenyan entrepreneurs

    MEDIA INVITATION   World Bank-supported Climate Innovation Center launches program to promote crowdfunding campaigns for Kenyan entrepreneurs   On August 28, 2014 the Kenya Climate Innovation Center (KCIC) — an initiative of the World Bank and its global entrepreneurship program infoDev —invites you to a pitch competition and award ceremony for clean technology …

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New report cites potential for Crowdfund Investing for Women and Minorities

CROWDFUND INVESTING OPPPORTUNITIES FOR WOMEN AND MINORITIES

Crowdfund Capital Advisors launch “Crowdfunding’s Potential for Minority and Women Owned Enterprises” Authors identify higher funding potential, access to capital and underserved market as key opportunity Miami, Florida | 28 July, 2014 – Crowdfund Capital Advisors today launched a report to highlight crowdfund investing as a powerful new tool to fuel the underserved women and …

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The New Broker Dealer – More Focused Brain Work and Less Manual Labor

Broker dealers of the distant past (circa 2010) who worked in the private capital markets never thought their jobs would change.  They thought only other industries could be disrupted by the Internet and technology.  They assumed investment banking was secure because securities regulations written in 1933 and 1934 were fixed in place.  It was generally …

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