Tuesday, January 31, 2023

Businesses are turning to crowdfunding for finance

Entrepreneurs and start-ups are increasingly turning to crowdfunding to raise funds. Alternative finance is now a global phenomenon, with $34billion raised. Read more: business-reporter.co.uk

How to fix the ‘Fix Crowdfunding Act’

Getting to understand the Fix Crowdfunding Bill. Read more: www.crowdfundinsider.com

Crowdfunding in the Netherlands grows by 33%

In 2016 a total of €170 million was raised through crowdfunding in the Netherlands. This sets a new all-time high for the crowdfunding market. Read more: www.crowdfundinsider.com

PwC announces partnership with crowdfunding platform

PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), announced on Monday that it has formed a partnership with a German equity crowdfunding platform. Read more: www.crowdfundinsider.com

FundersClub says it’s beating pros

FundersClub Inc., says it's beating the pros. Its returns outpaced the median venture capital fund and much of the industry's top quartile of investors. Read more: www.bloomberg.com

LendingHome forms mortgage risk team, offers better protection

LendingHome, the largest mortgage marketplace lender, continues to instill investor confidence for investing in its high-quality, high-yield real estate assets. Read more: finance.yahoo.com

German investment crowdfunding grew 39% in 2016

Investment crowdfunding grew by 39% during 2016 reaching €63.8m. Still quite small in comparison to some other countries but solid growth none-the-less. Read more: www.crowdfundinsider.com

Is Kabbage buying out rival OnDeck?

Small business lender Kabbage announced earlier this month that it would begin selling over $525 million worth of loans to investors. Read more: www.crowdfundinsider.com

Should you get into real estate crowdfunding?

One buzz word that’s fast making waves among real estate investors is “crowdfunding”. But there are many investors who’re hesitant to embrace the concept, wondering if it’s a trend that’s set to remain or just a passing fad. Read more: realtybiznews.com

StartSomeGood partners with Impact Seed

Australian crowdfunding platform StartSomeGood has collaborated with non-profit social business Impact Seed. Read more: thetechportal.com