28 October 2013

Crowd Investing Sites, Shares in Startups

Increasingly, money is not the real problem -- it's the "strings" attached --

Crowd Investing Sites Start Offering Shares in Startups | MIT Technology Review: " . . . Under the new regulations, startups can advertise their shares anywhere—on billboards, on Facebook, via direct mail, e-mail lists, or via a dozen online crowd investing portals that have been set up to solicit and manage investments from the public at large. Griffel’s company appears on Wefunder.com. The site, which was founded last year but became fully operational today, allows anyone to navigate through pitches from two dozen companies developing everything from small farms in shipping containers to new ways to transmit money overseas. . . ." (read more at link above)

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