TRA's Luke Procter, a self-proclaimed sneakerhead, thinks brands can learn
Equity crowdfunding – it’s big business and New Zealand appears to be very, very good at it. But is New Zealand the canary in
Just six months after putting its hand out in an equity crowdfunding campaign, PledgeMe is back at it again for round two. And this
Idealog takes a look at the heroes and the also-rans of this week's global crowdfunding milieu.
Who doesn’t want to see what the celebrities of New Zealand have for dinner? I, for one, am highly intrigued as to what Hilary
Powerhouse Wind is going the equity crowdfunding route to raise the funds necessary to take their single bladed wind turbine – the ThinAir 102
The Pebble is back! One of the first smart wearable manufacturers on the market, Pebble Technology Corporation has just finished its latest campaign on
Will the crowd come to Chariot’s call for capital to disrupt the way we travel?
Indy Griffiths has given himself a month to raise between $50,000 and $150,000 for his company Parent Interview’s crowdfund campaign.
Breathe Easy has launched on Snowball Effect after raising funds through VC and angel investors.
UPDATE: SellShed have hit their funding target of $250,000 in just four weeks via equity crowdfunding platform PledgeMe.
Spark My Potential is going well 6 months into its launch. General manager of Spark Foundation Lynne Le Gros talks about how the
Even though equity crowdfunding has only started in New Zealand within the last month or so it has been taking place in countries such as
The Financial Markets Authority (FMA) has given the first service license to peer to peer lender Harmoney. Legislation introduced earlier this year means companies can
Kiwi crowdfunding platform PledgeMe is rallying a new crowd - one with the skills to get behind its fundraising clientele. About 20 have so far
The first signs of mum-and-dad investors taking a hit from the failure of equity crowdfunded companies will kill the industry. That's why the 10
Today in crowdfunding news: Cabinet has approved regulations for crowdfunding and peer-to-peer lending, and a new platform, Fundakiwi.com, is launching with a special competition
For startups that got their start on a rewards-based platform, equity crowdfunding may be the logical – and ethical – next step.
Peter Thomson of Seedrs, an expat Kiwi, talks equity crowdfunding, entrepreneurship and innovation with Idealog
Multitude aims to be a one-stop shop for crowdfunding advice and resources