Innovators can list their new enterprise or business start-ups for Free on YouveGotFunds.com and find supporters interested in their new ideas. YouveGotFunds allows entrepreneurs to succeed on their terms. This is not an All or Nothing Crowdfunding website. When 30% or 95% of the financial goals have been met, this money is kept by the innovator. The fees are the same regardless of the type of project.
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Nicolas Alcala shares his ideas and prediction on the future of crowdfunding.Read More →
“Sites like Kickstarter, Indiegogo, Lending Club and Prosper are producing millions of dollars in legitimate transactions each week. Consumers are likely familiar with them. But there are thousands of sites out there – and dozens more coming on stream every day – that need to be reviewed and held to account,” says editor-in-chief John White . “People also need a reputable news source to educate, to tell stories that provide meaningful information so they can make informed financial decisions.”
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Bridge the Gap Villages Launches Funding Effort for First Responsible Tourism Project in Northern Fiji
A crowdfunding campaign on StartSomeGood launches today, allowing responsible tourism supporters and adventure travelers worldwide to contribute to the refurbishment of the island infrastructure, in order to welcome visitors in April 2013,and also to pre-book time on the island, through their donations.In parallel, BTGV is seeking small seed capital from social impact investors to jumpstart the project.
“We believe tourism is a powerful tool with the potential to address serious problem in the world such as poverty, environmental degradation,and cultural breakdown in positive ways,”says co-founder, Jenny Cahill.“Tourism can, and should, provide bi-directional benefits to native communities and visitors alike.”
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“Idealist is a unique concept.” Said CTO Harry Elliott. “Rather than crowdfunding an idea and hiring developers separately, it directly connects ideas with these developers. Unlike freelancing, it provides an opportunity for developers to own a piece of the project that they’re working on, rather than simply working for it.”
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Casey Armstrong has been a busy man. Formerly the content director at Daily Crowdsource, Armstrong has recently founded his own company, VineStove. A crowd labor/microtasking site at heart, VineStove’s general essence is similar to that of Amazon Mechanical Turk, ShortTask, or Fiverr. The thing that sets VineStove apart from those sites, however, is the fact that all the work is done for charities and on a strictly volunteer basis.Read More →
RockThePost will unveil their new investment crowdfunding platform. Incorporated businesses will have the opportunity to raise anywhere from $100,000-$5,000,000 by selling a percentage of ownership to accredited investors. They’re also proud to showcase their streamlined fundraising process in a new application. This application will act as a mentor in the investment process, guiding entrepreneurs through the process, and connecting them to appropriate investors. Accredited investors will also have access to a host of companies looking for funding in a clear, seamless manner, connecting these two parties and cutting out weeks and often months of wasted time and money.
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