What is crowdfunding?

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In this presentation, we are going to introduce Crowdfunding from different aspects. Some websites that cater to a Crowdfunding environment will also be listed. Moreover, we will go through a statistical analysis of the Crowdfunding success story.
For more information please visit http;//crowdfundingbank.com

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  • What is "crowdfunding?"
  • Crowfunding is …the process of getting capital for businesses or ideas through multiple avenues that mainly involve networking in any possible way.
  • It's a process by which a group—in this case, the general public—collectively provides the money for artists, researchers, businesses, and more.
  • In the future, it will likely also fund entire companies that sell equity to investors
  • For example CrowdFunding Bank provides support to organizations or individuals through enlisting the cooperation, and funding from large number of angel investors or just anyone willing to support the initiative with small amount of money and/or advice.
  • 1) Broken down even further, is the notion that Crowdfunding is easily explained as a way to put your new or old, but revamped ideas out there in the market for the world to take advantage of.
  • 2) The real difference lies between asking typical investors for capital, and recruiting normal everyday people for support.
  • 3) The basis of the idea is to be able to (once again, in any way possible through networking and social media), reach an audience in order to gain interest in your product or idea.
  • Examples of websites that cater to a Crowdfunding Environment IndieGogo, CrowdFunding Bank, and Kickstarter.
  • These and a few other up-and–coming websites allow you to post promotional videos, products, photos, and any other information that you feel necessary in order to get the attention for the funding you need.
  • We have database of over 400 crowdfunding websites with detailed description of they do. Just go to crowdfundingbank.com and look for the CrowdFunding Sites Directory.
  • For the first time in recorded history, the population of the world at large has the ability to take part in the financing of new ventures of all types and trades.
  • In looking at the scale of changes, we can only theorize at the enormity of the changes waiting farther into the years.
  • 1) In order to further advance the growth of the market and it’s accessibility to the world, a new way of financing emerged way more flexible than venture capital.
  • 2) With the new way things are done now, while still maintaining some of the fundamentals of yesterday like common sense for example, crowdfunding enhanced the capabilities of inventors, engineers and entrepreneurs to open doors for new and exciting products and services.
  • In doing so, the floodgates that formerly halted the widespread knowledge of the people are now open and we can tap in to the support and wisdom of the crowd.
  • To watch the rest of this video please go to www.crowdfundingank.com
  • What is crowdfunding?

    1. 1.  Crowfunding is … ―The process of getting capital for businesses or ideas through multiple avenues that mainly involve networking in any possible way‖
    2. 2.  Crowfunding is …  ―Its a process by which a group—in this case, the general public—collectively provides the money for artists, researchers, businesses, and more‖
    3. 3.  ―In the future, it will likely also fund entire companies that sell equity to investors‖
    4. 4.  Provides support to organizations or individuals through enlisting the cooperation, and funding from large number of angel investors or just anyone willing to support the initiative with small amount of money and/or advice.
    5. 5.  Broken down even further, is the notion thatCrowdfunding is easily explained as a way to put yournew or old, but revamped ideas out there in the market for the world to take advantage of.
    6. 6.  The real difference lies between asking typical investors for capital, and recruiting normal everyday people for support.
    7. 7.  The basis of the idea is to be able to reach an audience in order to gain interest in your product or idea.
    8. 8.  Examples of websites that cater to a Crowdfunding Environment IndieGogo CrowdFunding Bank Kickstarter.
    9. 9.  These and a few other up-and–coming websites allow you to post: Promotional videos Products Photos Information necessary to get the attention
    10. 10.  We have database of over 400 crowdfunding websites with detailed description of they do. Visit www.crowdfundingbank.com
    11. 11.  The population of the world at large has the ability to take part in the financing of new ventures of all types and trades.
    12. 12.  We can only theorize at the enormity of the changes waiting farther into the years.
    13. 13.  A new way of financing emerged way more flexible than venture capital.
    14. 14.  Crowdfunding enhanced the capabilities of Inventors Engineers Entrepreneurs
    15. 15.  The floodgates that formerly halted the widespread knowledge of the people are now open… We can tap in to the support and wisdom of the crowd.

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