The Industry Report 2016, will be published on January 24, 2017. In this report we focus on the fundraising function and explore crowdfunding as a means to raise capital or invest.
Brian Korn, Mark Roderick, Richard Swart, JL Law, Jonathan Wilson, Ross Sylvester, Blaine McLaughlin, Jonathan Frutkin, Craig Denlinger, Samuel Guzik
About 2020 Outlook Crowdfunding Industry Report
- Overview of the crowdfunding Industry
- How to train your team and implement a crowdfunding campaign
- The state and outlook of the Regulation A+ crowdfunding industry
- Investor relations and accreditation
It is difficult to forecast the future, realizing many paths may be taken, yet we assert it is critical for the broader constituency to consider trends, possible game-changers, even black swans.
We aim to build a collaborative representation of “possible futures”, whether the destinies of the fractional reserve banking model or the tech-enabled non-balance sheet lenders, garnering perspectives from industry participants and thought leaders, financial services executives, regulatory and legislative members, academia and actual users. We intend to explore who and what is truly disruptive and why, and whether such reshaping is positive and sustainable, or something that will or should be pivoted away from. In many ways, we may have a narrative of David v. Goliath, possibly economic diffusion or something much different. In the end, we hope to stimulate thought and dialogue about how new rules can be applied to an old practice (finance) and what we can expect to see four years hence. So it’s time to apply “20-20 Prospect” to this emerging and disruptive force, considering possible trajectories, futures and implications, domestically and across the globe.