A recent pilot programme by the British think tank Nesta and the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, Heritage Lottery Fund, Arts Council England addressed the lack of evidence of the […]
Less 4% of British startups sought crowdfunding as Brexit could worsen the scenario.
Enterprising immigrants are boosting prosperity in the UK, study reveals.
While getting just 1.3% of venture capital financing, crowdfunding represents a sounding founding options for female-led firms.
The new report covers data from platform activity in 52 countries in Africa and the Middle East, and includes survey data from over 77 alternative finance platforms reporting activity in the 2016 calendar year.
The Global Impact Investing Network (GIIN) has published the eighth edition of its Annual Impact Investor Survey.
SMEs increasingly see alternative finance as the way forward, a survey suggests.
Mary Meeker presented the Internet Trends Report 2018.
Fintech will help entrepreneurs spend much more time growing their businesses, rather than being bogged down with financial issues, Susanne Chishti argues.
British crowdfunders invested £53.8m over 83 deals.