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You may have heard stories of some entrepreneurs who have raised thousands, tens of thousands even hundreds of thousands of dollars for their projects, products, or business expansion and maybe you’ve wondered if your latest idea could be funded through some sort of crowdfunding campaign.
From relatively small projects – like publishing a book – to large projects like renovating an office building – crowdfunding as a way to raise money and fund projects has gone from novel idea to mainstream strategy.
But is it right for you?
I asked crowdfunding strategist Dr. Letitia Wright to come on the show and gives us the basics to help us get our collective heads around this.
As America’s Crowdfunding Strategist, Dr. Wright recently taught at Dallas Start Up Week 2016. Soon after that event, she traveled to Maui on an open invitation to be present and speak into the lives of the participants for Maui and Oahu Start Up Week 2016. She is the founder and head of the Crowdfunding Academy and invests her time, energy, and wisdom into other individuals by making sure they know everything that is required to run a successful Crowdfunding campaign and reach their goals.
Something fun about her? She has had a talk show on the Dish Network since about 2002.
Be sure to listen all the way to the end so you can get your cocktail exercise and action step for this episode.
The Unique Value of Crowdfunding is Not Money — It’s Community (from Harvard Business Review)
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Winnie Anderson is an award-winning copywriter and brand strategist, a
best-selling author, and respected instructor. She writes books,
creates courses, and provides limited one-on-one consulting with
and for introverted entrepreneurs who are ready to get their
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