Tagged: data

A Sunny Outcome: Why Florida’s Startups Are Soaring High

Florida has the U.S.’s second-highest rate of new business production, it ranks high on Fundable’s VC rankings, and Startup America says it’s the No. 3 state for annual revenue per startup, with $1.2 million. Here’s what else helped it hit No. 1: 1. Ambition has a… Read More

The $5.1 Billion Future Of Crowdfunding Is More Than Kickstarter

The concept of offering a few bucks to help out a project might have started to help your friend’s new album, but new numbers show it’s growing rapidly–and turning into a legitimate form of investment. Crowdfunding is booming. More than 1 million campaigns across 308… Read More

Crowdcharting, anyone?

WHAT is the best way to display information? The data geeks at The Economist struggle with this question every day. On January 17th we produced a daily chart about Kickstarter, the largest crowdfunding site. It showed projects by three measures—money pledged, average pledge and success rate—using traditional bar… Read More

Why Crowdfunding Is The Next Big Thing: Let’s Talk Numbers

Stephen Hawking once said: “I don’t think the human race will survive the next thousand years, unless we spread into space.” Bold statement. But as I’ve been working on organizing the upcoming Next Generation and Global CrowdFunding Forum which is set to be on November 16th here… Read More

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