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CNBC Article about Palm Beach County’s Attractiveness to Financial Services Companies

The pitch for running a hedge fund from Miami or Palm Beach is hard to ignore, especially after another brutal Northeastern winter. Taxes are low, More...

Final Canadian crowdfunding rules could be published by summer

Last year’s proposed crowd funding regime is in the works and could be here as early as the summer. The regime would allow for businesses More...

Women are more likely to secure Kickstarter funding than men

Joe Pinsker at The Atlantic takes a look at a recent study that found women are more likely to secure Kickstarter funding than their male counterparts. These More...

Untangling Canada’s proposed new crowdfunding laws

Not entirely sure what to make of Canada’s proposed new crowdfunding laws? Arshy Mann at Canadian Business takes a big-picture at the proposed laws, answering some frequently asked More...

What not to say in your Kickstarter campaign

Jennifer Elias at Fast Company takes a look at new research on what makes for a successful Kickstarter campaign. Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology studied More...

Crowdfunding 101 for entrepreneurs

Steve Mariotti, author of an upcoming book titled The Young Entrepreneur’s Guide to Starting and Running a Business, shares success stories and tips for entrepreneurs interested in More...

The pitfalls of crowdfunding

Chris Atchison writes about the potential problems of crowdfunding in ProfitGuide.com. He discusses the risks startups and entrepreneurs take when crowdfunding, and offers a list of the More...

Does your community have a crowdfunding platform yet?

Mike Vallano writes in Good.com about the Mile High Business Alliance and the work they do to strengthen local economies in Denver, Colorado. By providing community based programs, More...

A reality check on crowdfunding

Crowdfunding has become a significant issue for entrepreneurs (and those who work with them), with sites like Kickstarter and Indiegogo gaining traction as alternatives to More...