Sponsored Post Did you know that in about three weeks, startups are going to be able to advertise that they are raising capital in newspapers, magazines, blogs, billboards, and even on Facebook and Twitter?
What do Star Trek and startups have in common? Enterprise and Data play a role in both and nerds everywhere get excited about any news surrounding these topics. Here is today’s round up of funding news. Nerds.
The startup says its “real-world operating system” lets you insert your animated content into reality, as viewed on your mobile devices.
At the Launch festival, a new crowdfunding app serves as a buzz barometer for what the 5,000-plus attendees think of the startups as they launch out of stealth mode.
Sponsored Post Does traditional Crowdfunding make you feel like just another investor in the crowd? If you’re new to investing in tech startups or an experienced angel investor, don’t let the lack of client service, due diligence and deal flow hold you back.
MicroVentures Investment Challenge is a Facebook game pitting notable Internet startups against each other in a fantasy sports-like competition aimed at venture capitalists.
Sponsored Post Startup investing used to be only for the rich, only if you knew the right people, and only in deals in your city. Those factors left many interested investors…
Sponsored Post MicroVentures, a securities broker dealer, has been raising money for startups online for over a year and has helped raise millions of dollars for over 15 companies…
It’s not just the United States that’s getting into crowdfunding for startups. UK-based Funding Circle has raised a $16 million second round of funding to facilitate crowd investments for startups from anyone, not just accredited investors.
Sponsored Post Way back in 2011 if you wanted to invest in startups you needed to have about $250,000 in capital to spread out between several investments which made investing in Tech startups an exclusive club for the rich. Not only did you need the capital but you also needed to know the right people…