Seattle, Washington (PRWEB) October 08, 2014
Crowdfundraiser.com (http://crowdfund.co/), a leading site for crowd fundriasing for various personal projects, announces a partnership with equity crowdfunding professionals for financing startup companies through various equity crowdfunding portals. Crowdfunding portals are varied, depending on the type of crowdfunding that is performed. Currently, Crowdfundraiser.com is focused on Title I crowdfunding, which includes rewards and donations for various projects and personal campaigns. The company’s latest partnerships and further partnership outreach will attempt to change that.
The sources and uses of funding in the crowdfunding ecosystem are extremely varied. In addition, the financing options are frequently dependent on the legality of certain types of crowdfunding. Specifically, equity crowdfunding presents challenges for companies not licensed as a broker-dealer. In addition, even broker-dealer-backed crowdfunding portals are restricted to allowing for accredited investors to invest in their opportunities. Even when full Title III crowdfunding is implemented, portals that engage in equity crowdfunding will likely need to register as such.
Crowdfundraiser recognizes its limitations by only offering rewards-based crowdfunding to its users. As a result, the company has partnered with several startup capital and incubation firms to bring Title III equity crowdfunding to the a more broad audience. That means companies that are looking for more than just the presale of an exciting product can sell actual shares in a company to accredited (and eventually main street) investors. It ultimately means that the traffic received through Crowdfundraiser.com may now find the right home. If a user intends to find equity investors for a creative business idea, the site currently falls short. Hence the need for partnerships to assist in this area.
The company intends on working directly with both crowdfund advisors and the entrepreneurs themselves to tailor plans that fit the needs of both entrepreneurs and company shareholders. Crowdfundraiser.com expects some of the opportunities that cross its plate will later become part of the company’s network of startup capital advisors.
Founded in 2014, Crowdfundraiser.com is a crowdfunding portal that allows individuals and businesses to raise money online for nearly any project. The company has financed projects for scout troops, medical surgeries, churches and community parties. Crowdfundraiser.com is based in Seattle, Washington.