In the last several years, the concept of “crowdfunding” has experienced explosive growth and has emerged as a new avenue for raising funding alongside venture capital, angel investors, and traditional bank loans. Through crowd-sourced funding, inventors and entrepreneurs can appeal to large groups of small, independent investors to raise capital, as opposed to seeking funding through a small number of deep-pocketed benefactors.In the infographic below, we have created some visualization related to the demographics of crowd-funding, the shared qualities of successful projects posted on sites like Kickstarter, and some helpful tips on how to ensure that your crowdfunding venture will be a successful one.  If you’d like to share this infographic on your own website or blog, you are welcome to, but please use the embed code listed at the bottom of the page.

Crowdfunding Infographic

intro to crowdfunding infographic

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