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The Scientific Approach to Crowdfunding, part 6/8: Keep communicating!


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Today, Symbid presents the sixth part of an 8-week online series on how to crowdfund your idea. What's so special? It's based on scientific research by Laurs, Leeuwen & Loggies from the Erasmus University of Rotterdam (The Netherlands).



Today we present part 6 (out of 8): "Keep Communicating".

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Posted over 5 years ago

Crowdfunding for equity solutions Part 5: Dealing with “held-of-record” issues

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Crowdfunding is exempt from ‘held of record‘ calculation in regards to registration requirements under 12g of SEC 1934 Act. But among the issues that could effectively kill the crowd funding provisions in the JOBS Act, is the practical matter of “held of record.”



David Drake of LDJ Capital continues today with his third article of his series regarding crowdfunding for equity solutions.

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Posted over 5 years ago

The Scientific Approach to Crowdfunding, part 5/8: Promotion Is Key


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Today, Symbid presents the fifth part of an 8-week online series on how to crowdfund your idea. What's so special? It's based on scientific research by Laurs, Leeuwen & Loggies from the Erasmus University of Rotterdam (The Netherlands).



Today we present part 5 (out of 8): "Promotion Is Key".

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Posted over 5 years ago

Crowdfunding for equity solutions Part 4: Due diligence

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The SoHo Loft Roundtable



Intermediaries, as set out in the Act, will be required to obtain background and history checks on officers, directors and certain affiliates of the issuer.



David Drake of LDJ Capital continues today with his third article of his series regarding crowdfunding for equity solutions.

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Posted over 5 years ago

The Scientific Approach to Crowdfunding, part 4/8: Select the right type of platform


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Today, Symbid presents the fourth part of an 8-week online series on how to crowdfund your idea. What's so special? It's based on scientific research by Laurs, Leeuwen & Loggies from the Erasmus University of Rotterdam (The Netherlands).



Today we present part 4 (out of 8): "Select the right tupe of platform".

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Posted over 5 years ago