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Urge Lawmakers to Provide Easier Access to Equity Crowdfunding
One of the most prominent challenges for small businesses is raising adequate capital to launch new ventures. Entrepreneurs have traditionally relied upon funding from capital providers such as banks, venture capitalists, angel investors, or contributions from friends and family members. Crowdfunding allows entrepreneurs to directly appeal to the general public through online platforms for help in getting their innovative ideas off the ground. Yet, equity crowdfunding platforms do not all follow the same model, charging different fees, offering different types of financial securities, and specializing in different sectors.
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