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Crowdfunomics Selection Matrix (CSM) – Matching Your Product or Service to the Right Kind of Crowdfunding

Crowdfunomics Selection Matrix

One of the biggest questions we hear from entrepreneurs using our Success with Crowdfunding program is “How do I know what type of crowdfunding is right for my kind of company?”  The importance of this question cannot be understated.  If you fail to select the right kind of crowdfunding model (eg: donation, rewards, debt or …

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How Governments, Multilaterals, and Development Organizations Focused on Building Entrepreneurial Capacity can Leverage Online Co-investment Vehicles to Maximize their Efforts

In our World Bank report on the potential for equity and debt crowdfinance in developing economies, CCA created new models for governments, multilaterals, and development organizations to use in reaching their goals of entrepreneurial and SME development.  These organizations are focused on building entrepreneurial capacity and many times, the topic that is most difficult to …

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How to Build a Business Case for Debt and Equity Crowdfunding in Your Country

While crowdfunding might be all the buzz, all forms (donation, rewards, debt and equity) are not available globally. This is leaving many entrepreneurs asking, “why are we only limited to donation and rewards crowdfunding?” The reality is debt and equity are promises of future returns on investment. This promise is otherwise known as a security.  …

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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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