This is part 3 of our Founders Chat Crowdfunding series. To start at the beginning, where our entrepreneurs discuss what they did to prepare for crowdfunding, click here. In part 3 of our Founder’s Chat series, we asked our entrepreneurs: What makes your company attractive to investors?
This is part 2 of our Founders Chat Crowdfunding series. To start at the beginning, where our entrepreneurs discuss what they did to prepare for crowdfunding, click here. In part 2 of our Founder’s Chat series, we asked our entrepreneurs: What tips do you have for engaging investors?
Over the years, we’ve answered thousands of fundraising questions to entrepreneur clients. We have many success stories and recently asked entrepreneurs who have ran successful crowdfunding campaigns some questions of our own about their experiences.
Over the next several weeks, we’ll share insights from Ascenergy, Mine Shaft Brewing, and Bitvore ranging from tips to engage investors to things that surprised them the most about crowdfunding. We’ll start with a variant of a question we get all the time:
How long did your crowdfunding campaign last, and what did you do to prepare for it?
When was the last time you evaluated the financial health of your business?
A thorough analysis of your company’s financial statements can provide you with one of the most important indicators of its success or failure. If the latest review of your company’s financials revealed some disconcerting results, or if you are just looking for ideas to improve your company’s financial health, there are many strategies you can employ to do so. Below are five ways to help ensure your company makes it through 2015.
Over two years have passed since President Obama signed the Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act; however, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is still working to finalize the rules that would allow average Americans to use it to its full capacity. The JOBS Act was designed to encourage funding for small businesses in the United States by easing several securities regulations, and while portions of it have aided entrepreneurs, its potential has yet to be fully realized.
Last year was good for entrepreneurs involved in the business crowdfunding industry as more startups and small businesses succeeded in raising capital. The industry is gaining mainstream attention and is poised to grow exponentially within the next year as new regulations become finalized. Here are our top predictions for crowdfunding and the finance world in 2015.
The holidays are over and it’s time to start planning goals to help expand your business in 2015. Here are ten tips to help you grow your business in the New Year.
Since 2006, inbound marketing has been the most effective marketing method for acquiring customers online. Inbound marketing is promoting a company through blogs, podcasts, video, eBooks, newsletters, whitepapers, SEO, social media marketing, and other forms of content marketing which serve to attract customers. However, winning customers through the Internet can be a daunting task. There are many details to consider, and each marketing channel’s strategy can get complicated in a hurry. The purpose of this article is to introduce top-level ideas on how to think about your inbound marketing strategy. Let’s dive in.
We’re in the midst of upheaval. For small business owners, the digital revolution has been an incredibly complicated and difficult time to run a business. Also in B2B, the landscape has changed so much as to be wholly unrecognizable from just a few years ago.
Equity crowdfunding site EquityNet has fully embraced real estate finance on the platform, while continuing to provide services to entrepreneurs across a range of industries.