It is the universal truth that lending money has been incorporated in human’ s nature right from the beginning of times. Continue reading
Crowdfunding has surely attained its peak in the United States, and this has even led to the development of various opportunities for jobless as well as unemployed people to come, and invest their money. Continue reading
AngelList is a US website for raising equity or debt investments for startups. Only accredited investors can invest. It does not handle any investment funds.
It was founded by Naval Ravikant and Babak Nivi. It provides templates for creating term sheets that reportedly reduce the legal fees and a recruiting portal. The company is looking at crowdfunding with unaccredited investors now that the US JOBS Act has been passed.
In 2013, AngelList entered into a partnership with CrunchBase, an online tech company database
As of March 22 2011, approximately 275 startups and 417 investors have raised money and invested via AngelList.
Not everyone’s major notion can bring in funds. But developing lacking the cash front doesn’t imply it’s time to put dreams out the door. Continue reading
This article covers specifically the crowdfunding of startups now that’s it’s permissible in the US. Below are some of the thoughts by the author – Continue reading
This is the first of the two part articles series on Crowdfunding – an idea that changed the eliminated banks, made it easier for smaller business to access the funds and also gave an alternative form of investment for individuals. Continue reading
I collaborate with people on a daily basis and, without question, the best grievance they charge would be that they can’t bring up enough money to invest in their start up company. Obviously, money is naturally a scarce resource and always will certainly be, but what they truly mean when they say capital is the fact that they don’t have access or relationship towards the leading teams of dealers, financially independent people (e.g., angel investors) and venture capitalists. Continue reading