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Pubslush Expands Its Community and Offers Program

Crowdfunding platform Pubslush has expanded its community program and revamped its site design, boosting their value as a resource in the publishing process for all key players in the industry. The platform, previously available only for book authors, has now opened its doors to accept… Read More

Equity Based Crowdfunding: Everything You Need for Success! NYC

Learn everything you need to know about equity crowdfunding from the top professionals in the industry. Agenda 6:00pm – 6:30pm : Networking 6:30pm – 6:40pm: Alex Feldman – What is Equity Crowdfunding 6:40pm – 6:50pm: Jonathan Sudland – Research on Equity Crowdfunding 6:50pm – 7:00pm: Ben Aguilar -Building Investor Presentation Documents… Read More

CrowdsUnite Organizes Equity Crowdfunding Class for April 28th

CrowdsUnite has scheduled an equity crowdfunding training class for later on this month in New York City.   The four hour gathering entitled, “Equity Based Crowdfunding:  Everything You Need to Know for Success” will be held at the offices of Eisner Amper, a leading full… Read More

Crowdsunite Leader Organizes Class on Rewards Based Crowdfunding

Taking place on April 1st in New York City, Alex Feldman, CEO and founder of Crowdsunite, has organized a session to train individuals on how to operate a rewards based crowdfunding campaign.  The event is titled Reward Crowdfunding:  Everything You Need to Know for Success,… Read More

Lending & Debt Dominates PE Investment In Crowdfunding Space

Alex Feldman at Crowdsunite took to Crunchbase to seek out venture capitalists and angel investors that had invested in crowdfunding companies. The main takeaway: P2P lending and debt-based crowdfunding plays have been dominant in terms of garnering investment from private equity firms, venture capitalists and… Read More

Indiegogo VS RocketHub: Which Crowdfunding Site Should You Choose?

Entrepreneurs who want a flexible crowdfunding site where they can keep any money they raise usually choose one of two platforms: Indiegogo and RocketHub. Both of these platforms allow anybody to post projects and their fee structures are similar. So which site is a better… Read More

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