Sunday, January 17, 2016

Today In Crowdfunding News: Push for NC Crowdfunding law persist, FanAngel Athlete Crowdfunding model in 2016 is Shifting ,Poweball Losers start Crowdfunding campaigns , Indoor tropical paradise raises first £150k in Crowdfunding campaign ,Silsden launch Crowdfunding appeal, and more all brought to you by

Push for NC crowdfunding law persists despite new federal regulations
Even though new federal regulations hold out the promise of opening up crowdfunding to the masses, advocates of this new source of funding for ...
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FanAngel Shifting The Athlete Crowdfunding Model In 2016
According to Mickey Stern, there's a current gap in the connection between passionate sports fans and professional athletes' ability to tap into that ...
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Powerball Losers Start Crowdfunding Campaigns
One of the most tongue-in-cheek campaigns, titled Family of Six Loses Powerball, informs prospective backers “we were really banking on quitting all ...
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Indoor tropical paradise planned for London raises first £150kcrowdfunding target within a week ...
January in London could soon involve heat, beaches and fake sunshine instead of Arctic blasts and dull skies, with a planned indoor 'tropical ...
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Silsden launch crowd funding appeal after break-ins
The TalkSPORT radio pitch side reporter and Sky Sports News correspondent wished Silsden good luck via Twitter. In a statement released later the ...
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Nurse turns to crowdfunding for kids' shoes
“I knew I had to do something to help them and crowdfunding seemed like a feasible idea to raise the funds needed to purchase bags and shoes for ...
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Crowdfund with caution: fees, fraud and clawbacks among risks of raising money online
From $63,000 for an education fund for three children who tragically lost their father, to thousands of dollars to cover medical expenses, crowdfunding ...
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