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  • 1. TheCrowdfundingRevolutionEU Open Innovation 2.0 ConferenceDan Marom | Dublin | May 20, 2013
  • 2. 23 million articles100,000 contirbutors285 Languages
  • 3. The CrowdEmpoweredOrganization
  • 4. About mewww.danmarom.comEntrepreneurial Finance
  • 5. Crowdfunding is the collectiveeffort of individuals who networkand pool their resources, usuallyvia the Internet, to supportefforts initiated by other peopleor organizations.- Wikipedia
  • 6. "crowdfunding is an importantcontributor to thedemocratization of innovation –the biggest paradigm shift ininnovation since the IndustrialRevolution.“- MIT Professor Eric von Hippel
  • 7. More than 500Crowdfundingplatforms
  • 8. 1234
  • 9. May 16, 2013
  • 10. 1.1 Million campaigns27% Social causes, 20% Art,17% Business.2012 = $2.7BN
  • 11. 2012 = $2.7BN↓2013 = $5.1BN
  • 12. Europe – 35% of the total global funding, 42% of the campaigns.
  • 13. Crowd-Engagement
  • 14. Crowdfunding is muchmore than (only) moneyCrowd-Engagement!
  • 15. Growing CF Applications Accelerating INNOVATION
  • 16. Call for ACTIONRegulationEducationResearch
  • 17. “Yesterday, it was a big deal if you couldget Intel to invest in your company.Tomorrow, you will seek funding from 500Intel employees, who are all better qualifiedto vet your technology startup than 90% ofthe people in Intel’s investment arm. Thesecrowdfunders are also willing to make adecision to invest in six hours rather thansix months.”- Fred Trotter
  • 18. “Yesterday, it was a big deal if you couldget Intel to invest in your company.Tomorrow, you will seek funding from 500Intel employees, who are all better qualifiedto vet your technology startup than 90% ofthe people in Intel’s investment arm. Thesecrowdfunders are also willing to make adecision to invest in six hours rather thansix months.”- Fred Trotter
  • 19. “Yesterday, it was a big deal if you couldget Intel to invest in your company.Tomorrow, you will seek funding from 500Intel employees, who are all better qualifiedto vet your technology startup than 90% ofthe people in Intel’s investment arm. Thesecrowdfunders are also willing to make adecision to invest in 6 hours rather than 6months.”- Fred Trotter
  • 20. ThanksDan Marom | me@danmarom.com