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Transcript of Crowdfunding Presentation
New financial vehicle
How much should investors be able to give?
Escrow accounts Background What is it?
How does it work?
Types of Crowdfunding
Timeline Current Model Major Players
Types of Platforms
Success Stories Drawbacks Legal Restrictions
Risk of not meeting goal
Over-funding Benefits Marketing
Transparency in production process Crowdfunding Timeline Conclusion Agenda Background
Legal Crowdfunding What is to come? Industry Disruption
GATE Global Impact
Compliant regulatory marketplace
ArtistShare becomes first recorded company for music crowdfunding.
ArtistShare led the way for inspiring creative artists to fund their art without needing large record companies.
Sellaband follows ArtistShare in crowdfunding for artists
SellaBand is a music website that allows artists to raise money from their fans and the SellaBand community in order to record a professional album.
Pledge Music starts their own Direct-to-Fan crowdfunding platform that acts as a subset of crowdfunding.
This model acts as a way for artists to directly write music that caters to their fans.
Kick Starter also releases their crowdfunding platform First successful post-modern crowdfunding seen with British rock band Marillion. Funded reunion tour with online donations from fans Time $ Capital raised by crowdfunding $1.5B Money raised in 2011 1884
The American Committee, which was raising money for the statue of liberty, lacked financial resources to fund the pedestal.
Local newspapers decided to publish and ask for help from the American people and effectively raised $100,000 in six months.
President Barack Obama signed the Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act.
This act will lessen harsh regulations on small businesses.