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Event: Is Crowdfunding a Viable Funding Option For Your Business?

Crowdfunding has injected between thousands to millions of dollars to businesses which were not considered “traditionally” fundable at the time they created their campaigns. Many founders of startups have seen this and asked themselves, “Is crowdfunding really a viable option?” We’ve created this event … Continue reading

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Meet Gary Ritner, Founder of the Puget Sound Venture Club

Founded in 1985, Puget Sound Venture Club (PSVC) is the oldest angel group in Seattle. Even prior to founding the organization, Gary has been a valuable resource and a supporter of the Northwest startup community. His stories are educational as well … Continue reading

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Washington State to Regulate Venture Fund Managers

This article is appearing simultaneously on The Venture Alley and on Startup Law Blog. Readers may feel free to re-post this content elsewhere as well. The world is changing for venture funds and similar funds in Washington State, and not necessarily for the … Continue reading

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The President Favors Crowdfunding, But Is It Good Enough?

By Joe Wallin and Christina Chan The President is in favor of crowdfunding, and is “calling for a national framework that allows entrepreneurs and small businesses to raise capital through crowdfunding. (See the President’s proposal here).  This is exciting news … Continue reading

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The Stagecraft of Raising Money

If you’ve ever seen the movie Field of Dreams, then you know the term, “Build it and they will come” referring to a guy who builds a baseball stadium in his corn field in the middle of nowhere. People told … Continue reading

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