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David Sawyer, President of ConsiderFunding, Joins NCFA’s Ambassador Program

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About NCFA Canada | Craig Asano | Apr 8, 2016

David Sawyer Headshot 002 150x150 - David Sawyer, President of ConsiderFunding, Joins NCFA’s Ambassador ProgramTORONTO, ON April 8, 2016 – The National Crowdfunding Association of Canada (NCFA Canada) today announced that David Sawyer, President of equity crowdfunding platform, ConsiderFunding, has joined the Association’s Crowdfunding Ambassadors Program.

“David brings decades of experience in the exempt market and understands the commitment it takes to support the growth of equity crowdfunding and we welcome his voice and financing platform to the ever expanding Canadian crowdfunding market", said Craig Asano, Executive Director, NCFA Canada.

NCFA Canada Crowdfunding Ambassadors

Crowdfunding Ambassadors (CFAs) are leaders, educators, supporters and advocates of an inclusive and broad-based crowdfunding industry in communities across Canada. They are circles of influence and ‘go to resources’ for small businesses, organizations and investors to connect with, share and learn about crowdfunding via locally hosted events and initiatives. CFAs are specialists and plugged into an international network of shared resources, thought leadership, and industry professionals striving to cultivate and shape the future of crowdfunding in Canada and beyond.

David Sawyer, President, ConsiderFunding

David brings a background of experience and over 30 years in the financial services industry to the Global Equity Crowdfunding phenomenon.  As an entrepreneur and business owner, training and managing dozens of financial service professionals, David has a proven track record of exceptional investor relations and senior management. David is a recognized leader with multi-industry designations and accolades.  David's experience in the Exempt Market during his career provides high-level insight and a wealth of knowledge to Equity Crowdfunding that is taking the world by storm.

“On the whole, crowdfunding is an engine of creation. Possibly one of the most significant social developments to happen in decades, it represents a colossal transformation with the potential to change economies. Equity Crowdfunding, in particular, is far more than just raising money from investors. To believe that is to misunderstand its fundamental nature. It is a rewarding process that gives individuals the opportunity to communicate, participate, and feel part of a business or venture that resonates with them.” – David Sawyer

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About National Crowdfunding Association of Canada

The National Crowdfunding Association of Canada (NCFA Canada) is a cross-Canada non-profit actively engaged with both social and investment crowdfunding stakeholders across the country.  NCFA Canada provides education, research, leadership, support and networking opportunities to over 1300+ members and works closely with industry, government, academia, community and eco-system partners and affiliates to create a strong and vibrant crowdfunding industry in Canada.  Learn more About Us or visit

About ConsiderFunding

As one of Canada’s most advanced equity crowdfunding platforms, ConsiderFunding provides the resources and access for businesses and investors to learn, navigate, and participate in equity crowdfunding within the Canadian capital-raising ecosystem. ConsiderFunding deals with a broad range of industries, and as such actively engages with communities and individuals to establish and create new and exciting investment and business opportunities. To learn more, visit

Source: NCFA Canada, ConsiderFunding


For more information please contact:

Media Contacts:

Craig Asano
NCFA Canada
Executive Director
p. (416) 618-0254

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