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Supporters Rally to Raise Funds on GoFundMe For Quadruplets After Mother’s Passing

Seeking to help her family push through a tragic situation, Arizona woman Nicole Todman has launched a GoFundMe crowdfunding campaign to raise $250,000 for the family of her cousin, 36-year-old Erica Morale, who gave birth to quadruplets before she passed away a few hours later…. Read More

Arizona-based Startup Seeks $500,000 Through Kickstarter Campaign for Personal Web Server & Storage Device

On Tuesday (October 7th), Chandler, AZ-based Eggcyte has launched a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter to help fund its new personal web server and storage device, The Egg. Offering 64/128/256GB of storage and Wi-Fi connectivity, The Egg permits consumers to share their photos, videos and other personal content… Read More

Wearable Techno-Meditation Device Neo Neurophone Nears $109,000 First Three Days on Indiegogo

Arizona resident Patrick Flanagan launched a $100,000 crowdfunding campaign earlier this week on Indiegogo for his product, the NEO Neurophone, which is described as a “wearable techno-meditation device”. The campaign has already gained some popularity and has even raised nearly $109,000 thanks to its over 400… Read More

U.S. Rep. David Schweikert Warns Entrepreneurs About Large Companies Fighting Startups

Weighing in on crowdfunding pros and cons, U.S. Representative David Schweikert warned a group of entrepreneurs that established companies and their lobbyists will fight to keep startup innovations from causing a stir in their markets During a visit to Phoenix-based incubator, Seed Spot, Mr. Schweikert stated,… Read More

Arizona Study Shows 24,000 New Jobs Created Annually from JOBS Act

The study measuring the impact of Title II of the JOBS Act, conducted for Marketing 506c, indicated that 24,000 new jobs may be created annually in Arizona. The JOBS Act makes it easier for businesses to raise capital for startups or business expansion. Furthermore the… Read More

Girl Jumps Off House, Breaks Feet, Crowdfunds Recovery, Gets Jeered

Today in should have seen that coming: An 18 year old girl named Nicole moved into a house with a handful of her friends after graduating high school. One day everyone decided to do what young people do and jump off the roof and into the pool…. Read More

Tiny ice creamery seeks kick-start

The owners of Isabella’s Ice Cream are nearly halfway to their goal of raising $15,000 through Kickstarter to move to a warehouse, increase productivity and work toward franchising their Tucson business. Dominic Johnson, 37, and Kristel Johnson, 35, launched the Kickstarter project on March 12…. Read More

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