Crowdfunding for Technology & Invention Projects

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TechMoola featured on (to read, click here)

6/23/2012 featured in Today’s Engineer. (to read, click here)

6/20/2012 featured in The Crowdfunding Review. (to read, click here)


New Kingmakers and the JOBS Act; featured on Secretary of Innovation. (to read, click here)


Is crowdfunding a viable option for medical technology startups?; featured on MedCity News. (to read, click here)


5 Reasons to Build Your Business with Crowdsourcing; TechMoola featured on The Daily Crowdsource (to read, click here)


TechMoola: Kickstarter for Technology; TechMoola featured on Tech Cocktail (to read, click here)


Chicago Startup TechMoola Helping Startups Make Money And Loving The Chicago Tech Scene. featured on (to read, click here)


A Crowdfunding Site for Tech Startups featured on Crain's Chicago Business (to read, click here)


' FittleBug project featured on the Huffington Post. (to read, click here)


'Crowdfunding' Can Provide Avenue for Driven Entrepreneurs FittleBug project featured on the St. Charles Patch Post (to read, click here)


TechMoola Offers Five Valuable Tips for Crowdfunding Success. Featured on The Daily CrowdSource. (to read, click here)


TechMoola featured as Early Adapter of Crowdfunding. featured on The Daily Crowdsource. (to read, click here)


5 Reasons Why Crowdfunding Helps Tech Startups. featured on (to read, click here)


Finding Support for Inspiration in the Herd. featured on (to read, click here)


Cash Cow Crowdfunding for Small Tech Startups. featured on (to read, click here)


TechMoola: Crowdfunding for Technological Innovation. featured on (to read, click here)


The Greener Pastures of Crowdfunding. featured on (to read, click here)


Crowdsourcing Spotlight: | Crowdfunding on (to read, click here)

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Depending on how you call it, crowdfunding (or crowdsourcing as some know it) involves a group of people with similar interests in a cause or product each contributing funds to collectively reach a common goal. For a basic primer on the process, a little bit of Wikipedia is in order.

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With the economy getting slower and traditional investors like angels and venture capital funds becoming more cautious and frugal, crowdfunding steps in to fill the gap and help innovators and their business to get into first gear. Let's face it, investors are fickle and hard to please. But if you have a great invention and product, crowdfunding is the only way to directly appeal to the public to get their support and launch your enterprise and make it happen for real.

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Did you know that throughout the world, 40% of individual entrepreneurs and start-up companies are using crowdfunding mechanisms to jump-start projects and kick-their companies into full gear. Industries as diverse as biotechnology, manufacturing, green technology and internet companies are getting on board. Shouldn't you?

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Are you a scientist and have a big discovery of yours to turn into an amazing project? How about advancing your current scientific project to the point of a breakthrough that will allow the next latest and greatest in the technology world? Well, here's an article where scientists used Crowdfunding for just this.

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