With the rise of crowdfunding financial opportunities, you may find yourself seeking a support system. A community of business owners and investors like you. A place to discover ideas, learn from each other, and get the inside scoop on the latest news.
The following is a partial list of support system resources:
One Spark is a non-profit organziation that brings together artists, entrepreneurs, scientists, musicians, technologists, and more. They host a five day crowdfunding festival in Jacksonville, Florida that draws people from around the world.
Daily Crowdsource is an open format website that educates users on the subject of crowdsourcing and crowdfunding. This site assists Fortune 500 companies in becoming more aware of this growing phenonomenon. This site was created by crowdsourcing expert and consultant David Bratvold.
The Crowd Cafe is a resource that provides the latest news, research, and other resources on crowdfunding. They host events, webinars, and provide you with an extensive list for crowdfunding websites (worldwide). Their mission is to advocate for increased awareness and understanding of crowdfunding.
National Crowdfunding Association's mission is to support, educate and protect the American crowding market. Membership includes networking, management, and professional development.
Lend Academy is peer to peer, or social lending, resource for borrows and investors. Here you will find a forum with open discussions.
Seeking alternative funding methods (like crowdfunding or social funding) can be very confusing. With so many options and choices, it is important to have an unbiased forum to ask questions, learn new trends, and stay up to date.
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