Crowdfunding Explained: A Guide for Small and Medium Enterprises on Crowdfunding and How to Use It

Crowdfunding is most often used by startup companies or growing businesses as a way of accessing alternative funds. It is an innovative way of sourcing funding for new projects, businesses or ideas. It can also be a way of cultivating a community around your offering. By using the power of the online community, you can also gain useful market insights and access to new customers.

This guide is aimed at entrepreneurs, businesspeople and companies, especially small and medium enterprises. If you are thinking about ways of financing a new business or idea, or have heard about crowdfunding and want to learn more, you may find this guide useful.

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Editor's Note: Health IT Space, the first business social networking platform for Health IT Professionals and Stakeholders, now is in the crowdfunding phase at Startnext (22% funded and 25 days left). Our mission is to connect and to enable Health IT Professionals / Stakeholders to be more productive and successful.

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