The Italian equity crowdfunding market does not seem appropriate to support the financial needs of this type of firms.
A new study demonstrates the joint roles of message features and network structure in the peer influence process.
Image conscious people are more likely to give to crowdfunding campaigns. In contrast, levels of income, social capital or religiosity do not affect the online giving context.
Researchers have decoded the strategy for conquering a new market space – crowdlending – initiated between 2014 and 2016 by an entrepreneur.
How crowdfunding can affect big ideas in the entrepreneur’s innovation efforts.
Equity crowdfunding shrinks in France as a recent study by KPMG confirms a contraction of the sector in 2016.
While consolidation exists within certain jurisdictions, new platforms continue to emerge while others disappear. Surviving platform operators continue to innovate and expand, bringing new products and channels to their local and foreign markets.
America’s health care system is forcing people into a popularity contest which, most of the time, fails.
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The institutionalisation of funding during 2016 continued to grow, Cambridge’s Centre for Alternative Finance at Judge Business School confirms.