5 Signals for Investing in Crowdfunded Startups
No doubt, startup investing is risky and the success to failure ratio of brand new companies still predicts failure all too often. That said, there are certain things savvy investors know to look at that can help improve these odds. Here we’ll have a look at five of the most important.
Crowdfunding: Optimism Isn’t Enough To Get Committed Investors
Although crowdfunding skips the gatekeepers of traditional financing, it’s not a push-button approach to getting fast cash. Offering t-shirts for $25 donations won’t get you far. You need a compelling pitch and a marketing campaign that generates targeted traffic.
Crowdfunding With Barely Any Fees – It’s About PRIKKEN Time!
A number of crowdfunding platforms take an enormous chunk of the money raised for projects. PRIKK wants your dream to happen for next to nothing.
Dreams Do Come True: Startups’ Products Now On Staples Shelves
Fundable and Staples made startups history with the Crowd2Shelf contest. Today the winners’ products are available for purchase on the Staples site.
Get Ready To Give Back AND Win An Opportunity Of A Lifetime
World 143 is a different kind of crowdfunding site, letting you give back while also offering the chance to hang out with your favorite celebrities.