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The gender gap: Women-led campaigns on crowdfunding platforms are hitting goals at a rate that’s higher than ventures started by men.
Entrepreneurs are opting to set up shop in business-friendly states with low taxes, financing options and a rich talent pool.
Scroll down in Facebook, and you’ll find requests to help defray medical costs or mitigate losses from a fire. USAToday reports.
LYFE is a zero-gravity growing system allows people to cultivate plants in mid-air.
The growth in women entrepreneurship in the United States and abroad is reflected in CNBC's inaugural Upstart 25 list.
The company behind Lily has closed after failing to secure financing for full-scale production.
One South Carolina resident has set up a GoFundMe page to ensure 94-year-old Betty White stays safe for the remainder of 2016.
Hopsters is a new brewery model that puts beer lovers at the center: Devise your own craft beers, and invest in them.
Indiegogo plans to offer equity stakes in start-ups in hopes of attracting a new crop of entrepreneurs and investors.
IFundWomen.com CEO Karen Cahn discusses how she plans to bridge the gender funding gap for female entrepreneurs.
Crowdcreate hosts a demoday at Indiegogo HQ, showcasing current products as well as yet to be launched Indiegogo campaigns. Indiegogo is the crowdfunding platform responsible for runaway hits like the Mokacam (raised over $1M dollars), Whirlpool’s crowd funded beer dispenser and more will be showcasing prototypes for upcoming innovations.
More than $800 million has been crowdfunded on Indiegogo to finance everything from drones to Hollywood films. Here are its biggest wins.
Walt Doyle, GasBuddy CEO, discusses how his company aims to help travelers find cheap gas, clean bathrooms and a good cup of coffee.
Chuffed CEO Prashan Paramanathan shares various crowdfunding campaigns for people to help financially in the Syrian refugee crisis.
Sebastian Stricker of SharetheMeal explains how a donation of 50 cents can help feed one child a day.
Ever wanted to pledge money towards an exciting Kickstarter project, but couldn't get over the risk? Well, the world's most popular online retailer has the answer.