7 Reasons to Avoid Crowdfunding
November 8, 2012 Editor 0
In the wake of tight credit markets, crowdfunding — also known as crowdsourcing — arose as a source to provide capital to fund innovative ideas. This new form of equity financing enables a company to raises funding through small contributions from a large group of individuals via an online platform. But it does have some significant drawbacks.
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