There’s an essential question I’ve been thinking about recently that I believe underlies one of the most powerful and transformative possibilities of crowdfunding... The question is... how important is “local” to the crowdfunding movement?
Great article! Building an investment ecosystem is key element of crowdfunding.
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In the first part of a series highlighting both groups that are finding ways to fill gaps as well as companies that are rethinking old approaches to energy finance, Eli Hinckley takes a look at Greentown Labs and their use of crowd funding to raise...
Key message: "The ability to raise capital while simultaneously realizing public outreach and community engagement targets can’t be understated"
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