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Articles Tagged - startups

The Current Status of Crowdfund Investing

By Startup Valley, Posted in Crowdfunding

Crowdfunding works, and just as importantly, it's here to stay. It gives everyone the opportunity to support the products, businesses, and charities that they want to succeed, and it has helped funnel billions of dollars into startups and small businesses. According to CrowdMapped, crowdfunding projects across the world raised more than $5 billion in 2013 alone. Annual growth of 90 percent isn't an outlier either; crowdfunding grew from $1.5 billion in 2011 to $2.7 billion in 2012, and 2014 is on track to m... read more.

5 Reasons Why New Entrepreneurs Should Consider Equity Crowdfunding

By Startup Valley, Posted in Entrepreneurs

In times when traditional sources of capital are drying up, smart startups have turned to crowdfunding as an exciting alternative to traditional investors—one with the power to change the entire economic landscape in favor of small businesses. The concept of equity crowdfunding is fairly simple to understand. Title III of the JOBS Act allows anyone to become an equity investor. Previously, a start-up in need of funding had a very limited number of investors they might persuade to contribute money to... read more.

Equity Crowdfunding Garners Attention from Investors

By Startup Valley, Posted in Investors

If you have or are thinking about creating a startup, and aren't familiar with equity crowdfunding, you should be. It offers a new way for companies to raise money by creating a whole new class of small investors. This revolutionary new approach to investment may soon change the face of the American economy. Equity crowdfunding is an excellent alternative to traditional methods that young companies have used in order to obtain the funds they need to get off the ground. Its potential will soon (hopefully) b... read more.

What to Know Before Equity Crowdfunding

By Startup Valley, Posted in Equity Crowdfunding

The overwhelming popularity of crowdfunding sites like Kickstarter has demonstrated how eager American startup companies are to access new capital raising possibilities. While most of the well-known crowdfunding sites are based around incentives and rewards, StartupValley is based around equity crowdfunding.Made possible by the Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act, equity crowdfunding puts the possibility of investment into private companies in the hands of the average person. StartupValley is uniquely posit... read more.

How Equity Crowdfunding Works: The Future of Startup Capital

By Startup Valley, Posted in Equity Crowdfunding

It isn't often that the world witnesses a significant shift that changes the way startups receive funds. The concept of equity crowdfunding is fairly simple to understand. Essentially, equity crowdfunding allows any ordinary person to invest in an up-and-coming company in exchange for shared equity.For a very long time, you could only act as an equity investor if you could prove you were worth at least one million dollars or had an income of at least $200,000 per year over the last two years. In equity Crow... read more.

Why Should I Use an Equity Crowdfunding Portal?

By Startup Valley, Posted in Equity Crowdfunding

Modern-day communication methods have made it easier for people to connect with one another. As a result, many are changing the way that they seek investments for their business ventures as well. Equity crowdfunding is a powerful example of how the world of investing is rapidly changing. Since the internet has made it easier for people to connect with new businesses that inspire them, equity crowdfunding is likely to have a major impact on entrepreneurship. Financing deals on StartupValley remains in a pend... read more.

Title III of the JOBS Act Underway: Everything You Need to Know

By Startup Valley, Posted in Equity Crowdfunding

The crowdfunding revolution has democratized the once exclusive realm of capital investment, and the Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act, better known as the JOBS Act, has established regulations to further level the playing field.Title III of the JOBS Act, which is projected to be fully implemented in the late spring or early summer of 2014, will finally allow non-accredited investors to support new startups. Platforms such as StartupValley are already allowing aspiring entrepreneurs to pitch their project... read more.

5 Social Media Strategies for a Strong Equity Crowdfunding Campaign

By Startup Valley, Posted in Equity Crowdfunding

The 2012 passage of the JOBS Act provided hope for thousands of entrepreneurs around the nation. When the new law is fully implemented, startups will no longer face unfair restrictions on fundraising efforts. With access to equity crowdfunding, the U.S. business community may enter a new era of development and healthy cooperation. Here are five social media tips to help you fully capitalize on this new era of equity crowdfunding campaigns.  Control Your Message and Keep Your Team FocusedMessage contro... read more.

Are You Suitable for Equity Crowdfunding?

By Startup Valley, Posted in Equity Crowdfunding

Equity crowdfunding is a new way for startup companies to finance their entrepreneurial endeavors as well as for individuals to be able to invest in these private companies. In the past, this type of investment was reserved for the wealthiest among us. Nowsmaller investors are being introduced to this genre more regularly. With equity crowdfunding, many non-accredited investors can invest small sums of money to fund startup businesses in return for shared equity.How Does Equity Crowdfunding Benefit Entrepre... read more.

Important Factors to Consider Before Launching Your Startup

By Startup Valley, Posted in Entrepreneurs

Starting your own business can be a dream come true, but many people jump in head-first too quickly. To help ensure that your new business is as successful as it could be, it is important to consider a few important factors before getting started.FundingThey say that it takes money to make money, and this is true for most new businesses. You will need capital to get started, and a cushion of cash to help you get through the initial phase of getting started doesn’t hurt. In this day in age, it is cheap... read more.

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