Crowdfunding is becoming a more popular way to fund a business. If before for the idea stage projects the options were pretty clear - either Kickstarter for more tech related products or Indiegogo for more artistic projects, today the number of crowdfunding options keep growing and evolving.
Crowdfunding and other forms of alternative finance are quickly redefining the capital market as we know it, by granting investors unprecedented access to previously exclusive markets. And with the passage of Title III, the crowdfunding’s reach has been expanded even further to include non-accredited investors. Here are some basics of the way the new crowdfunding works.
Yesterday, new crowdfunding regulations under the JOBS Act Title III opened a new door in crowdfunding - now non-accredited investors can invest in private companies using online intermediary platforms. If you are considering crowdfunding for your business, here is what you need to know: