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Global Crowdfunding with Dr. Richard Swart, UC Berkeley, Director of Crowdfunding Research
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Crowdfunding is a global phenomenon with the World Bank releasing a report predicting that the global crowdfunding industry could grow into $96 billion per year by 2025. Join NCFA Canada who catches 10 minutes with one of the leading research participants in the study, Dr. Richard Swart, Director Crowdfunding Research at UC Berkeley and co-founder of Program for Innovation in Entrepreneurial and Social Finance at the university. Richard currently leads the research team studying how crowdfunding, and other innovations in entrepreneurial finance models, are helping startups get funded. He is an active director/advisor to several startups and works internationally with policy makers and governments on crowdfunding and entrepreneurial issues. Learn more: https://ncfacanada.org/ http://www.funginstitute.berkeley.edu/program-innovation-entrepreneurial-and-social-finance
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  1. NCFA says:

    Hi Edward, thanks for your question. Please understand that NCFA is portal agnostic however check out the Canadian Crowdfunding Directory for a current list of portals https://ncfacanada.org/canadian-crowdfunding-directory/ all the best, CA

  2. Edward says:

    To look at your perspective on what would be the most appropriate site to source crowdfunding for health business related business venture.
    The funding is for development stage.


  3. Hoda Toloui-Wallace says:

    Watch New ‘How To Crowdfund’ VIdeos


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