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The Crowdfunding Revolution

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The Crowdfunding Revolution

By Startup Valley (316 words)
Posted in Equity Crowdfunding on March 26, 2013

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The JOBS Act was signed by President Obama on April 5, 2012. The bill will offer hope to startups seeking more funds in order to effectively launch their business. The SEC is currently finalizing the rules and regulations of the JOBS ACT, which must be followed by startups, investors and crowdfunding portals.

The innovative nature of crowdfunding will change the way entrepreneurs acquire necessary funds. The true beauty of equity crowdfunding is the ability for entrepreneurs to raise startup capital quicker than ever before. Crowdfunding will not only mean new opportunities for investors and entrepreneurs, but it can offer a more personal relationship between the two parties with constant interaction possible between founder and investor; more than ever before.

The transition of crowdfunding is a concept that will offer alternatives to traditional methods of financial advisors, banking and investing. The JOBS Act will enable a cultural shift, along with a new wave of rapidly-growing startups. Entrepreneurs looking to launch their business in current times can also utilize various social networking sites to spread and build awareness.

Earning startup capital will no longer require the heavy time commitment involved in meeting with investors. Those who share an equally strong passion for your business and see potential for growth will be the ones to fund your business aka “the crowd”. Future entrepreneurs with limited funds will greatly benefit from equity crowdfunding through the assistance of many small investments as opposed to a few large angel investments.

For additional information on how to prepare for the revolution of crowdfunding, a webinar series will be broadcast on March 27, 2013. The set of panelists will discuss what the future of crowdfunding holds, and how it will drastically change how new businesses are introduced to market.

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