With the new year soon approaching, there are many new projects underway at Kapipal. Although many of these projects are top secret we are super excited to share with you the unveiling of our newsletter!
Our main objective with this newsletter is to keep people informed on new projects, awesome advancements within Kapipal, and the latest on crowdfunding in general. Our newsletter will also feature unique insights and tips for getting the most out of your current or future crowdfunding project.
Crowdfunding Industry Projected to Boom in 2016
In case you missed it, there was a recent Forbes post stating that crowdfunding is likely to surpass venture capital (VC) in 2016. This is huge news, especially considering that crowdfunding was merely a tiny little sibling to VC only a few years ago.
For example, in 2010, was a pretty small market generating roughly under $900 million in 2010 (you’re probably stunned to see that $900 million is considered a “small market” – trust me, so am I!). Yet four years later, crowdfunding had generated $16 billion dollars, and that number is projected to double in 2015 (in case you’re wondering: the official amount for 2015 will not be released until 2016).
Considering the booming increase, now is a better time than ever to get involved with crowdfunding. If you are curious and don’t know where to start, feel free to explore our site or check out Kapipal’s blog, which features some basic tips for getting started. (More blogs posts and tips are on the way!)
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With the crowdfunding market set to rocket to unprecedented levels, many campaign creators are digging in and leverage this awesome opportunity to their advantage. So why wait? Join the thousands of others and turn your dreams into a reality today.
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