On top of traditional entrepreneurial finance channels, entrepreneurs have many other tools at their disposal.
Backers are still eager to support their favorite projects or businesses.
The lack of disposable income casts shadows on the good performance of the industry in the first semester of the year.
Gita Gopinath, Sharan Burrows, and Jennifer Morgan give some ideas about how the world can change in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. (Source: WEF)
The unique relational nature of entrepreneurial finance may make it highly susceptible to such a shock owing to the need for face-to-face interaction between investors and entrepreneurs.
This is what Kickstarter’s CEO told The Verge.
How can we move towards a world order where entrepreneurship is in harmony with greater societal good?
Europe wants to mobilise all the resources at its disposal to kickstart the economy, including its financial markets.
The British Government ha presented the fund to help startups during the Coronavirus pandemic as the equity crowdfunding industry express some concerns.
Post Covid-19: It’s time to build.
Marc Andreessen shares his views on why every Western institution was unprepared for the coronavirus pandemic, despite many prior warnings.
Equity crowdfunding has experienced in Italy a contraction in the number of funding rounds during the first quarter of the year due to the Covid-19 pandemic. It wasn’t hard to predict. A signal for the whole industry?
Beaten down by the coronavirus outbreak, the world economy in 2020 will suffer its worst year since the Great Depression of the 1930s, says Gita Gopinath, chief economist of the International Monetary Fund.
With economies in turmoil, how bad will the damage be?
Read, seen and listen in my lockdown.
The Composite Output PMI fell to 31.4, falling over 20 points and signalling a quarterly contraction of approximately -2%.
Crowdfunding is steadily growing, but how the market will evolve in the current climate?
Venture capital, angels and crowdfunding on the forefront to contribute fighting Coronavirus.
With a budget of €164 million, this call is “bottom up”, meaning there are no predefined thematic priorities