crowdfunder

  • Crowdfunder Raises Another Million Ahead Of International Expansions

    Crowdfunder Raises Another Million Ahead Of International Expansions

    Crowdfunder, the Venice-based crowdfunding platform which helps to connect entrepreneurs and investors, particularly in the area of local investment, has raised an additional million in seed funding, the company is announcing today. The funds will help the company further expand its activities outside the U.S., as well as continue development of its subscription-based fundraising and… Read More

  • Startups Find Fertile Ground For Explosive Growth In Latin America

    Startups Find Fertile Ground For Explosive Growth In Latin America

    Editor’s note: Maria Rocio Paniagua currently works as a project manager at Innku, one of the top mobile and web workshops in Mexico. Mexico 15 years ago may not look very different from today if seen from the right angles. Most Mexicans used a single search engine (the now forgotten AltaVista); Windows was operating in most homes; and we were all excited for Nokia’s latest… Read More

  • Chance Barnett on the Crowdfund Act

    Crowdfunder Closes $400K Seed Round, Launches Public Beta

    Crowdfunder, the Los Angeles-based startup creating an online platform for the “crowdfunding” of startups and small businesses, has launched the first public beta version of its site this week. The launch comes on the heels of Crowdfunder closing on $400,000 in seed funding from a group of angel investors earlier this month, CEO Chance Barnett tells me. But: Since the… Read More

  • Chance Barnett on the Crowdfund Act

    What The Senate’s Crowdfund Act Means For The Tech Industry Right Now [TCTV]

    The Crowdfund Act, a bill to reduce restrictions on regular people investing in privately held companies, passed through the United States Senate today with flying colors in a 73-26 vote, after passing through the House of Representatives this past fall. But legislative matters are by definition quite complex (which is, of course, ostensibly why we elect people to deal with them on a… Read More