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Equity crowdfunding is an exciting way for startup entrepreneurs to raise capital from small non institutional investors. It is not without its risks both for the startup, who may fail to raise the capital they need and for the investors who are investing in a lightly regulated market.
This course will help you to understand how equity crowdfunding works and takes a deeper dive into evaluating crowdfunding opportunities.
If you are an investor, this will help you to take a critical look at investment opportunities. If you are a founder, this course will help you to position your business for investment.
You will discover:
- What is crowdfunding
- The advantages of equity crowdfunding for the investor
- The disadvantages of crowdfunding for the investor
- The key data you need to know for any opportunity
- Evaluating the business summary
- Taking a look at management skills and experience
- Reviewing management’s commitment
- Review the product and market
- Consider how unique the product is?
- How does the competition compare?
- Does the product have traction?
- How profitable is the product?
- Review the cash flow
- Consider the potential investment returns
- How to turn this review into a methodology
Our Promise to You
By the end of this course, you will have learned crowdfunding.
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Section 1 - Equity Crowdfunding For Entrepreneurs
What Is Crowdfunding?
The Advantages Of Equity Crowdfunding For The Investor
The Disadvantages Of Crowdfunding In The Investor
Section 2 - How To Evaluate A Crowdfunding Opportunity
Introduction To How To Evaluate A Crowdfunding Opportunity
The Key Data You Need To Know For Any Opportunity
Evaluating The Business Summary
Evaluating The Financial Summary
Let’s Take A Look Now At Management Skills
Management Experience Is Important As Well
You Must Take A Look At The Management’s Commitment
Let’s Consider The Product Now And Start With The Market
So, How Unique Is This Product?
What Is The Competition Like?
Does The Product Have (All Important) Traction?
How Profitable Is The Product And Therefore The Investment
Let’s Take A Look At The Most Critical Factor: Cash Flow
Finally, Let’s See What This All Means For Your Investment
Discover How You Can Turn This Information Into A Methodology
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