We have been gratified with the recent media coverage we have achieved with our PR approach for a very cool client, the McBarge. Extensive television, radio, blog, newspaper and online coverage was delivered on major networks including Read More
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The content of this article has been adapted from Equity Crowdfunding: The Complete Guide For Startups And Growing Companies, launching on Amazon on November 1. Crowdfund Suite subscribers can download the entire book for FREE, this week only. Read More
We are pleased to announce that Crowdfund Suite Chief Evangelist and NCFA Ambassador Bret Conkin will be speaking again this year at VanFUNDING 2016 on equity crowdfunding and real estate crowdfunding. We invite you to get involved as.
A 3 Part Series for CrowdfundInsider. Part I first published on August 12, 2016.
Crowdfunding and Fintech in general are demonstrating dramatic growth due to many factors including the growth of the sharing economy, technology innovations and the liberalization of securities.
Real Estate Crowdfunding is exhibiting massive growth around the world. Projections are for a $250B industry by 2020 vs. the $2.8B raised via real estate crowdfunding in 2015 (Massolutions).
We launched our new service to create new access for investors to.
This post by CEO Bret Conkin first appeared in Investopedia August 1, 2016.
The go-to-market strategy for successfully crowdfunded product start-ups just became easier with a recent partnership between Amazon (AMZN) and Kickstarter. (For more on Kickstarter see Read More
Part I of II originally published in REW.ca (Real Estate Weekly).
The Sharing Economy is in the news, disrupting traditional industries such as hotels (AirBnB) and taxis (Uber), the latter in many cities like Edmonton and Toronto, if not yet.
A guest post by Nathan Rose, Assemble Advisory.
The story is familiar, but that doesn’t make it any less sad.
It’s the story of the failed offer. Founders pour money down the drain through video, public relations, legal and advisory fees. They.
In 2015, approximately $2.6B was raised in real estate crowd funding offerings outside of Canada, primarily in the US. The majority of funds raised were for residential property development, and fix and flips. Crowd funding is relatively new to Canada..