In the early days of equity crowdfunding there was an assumption that if a business were to raise finance via crowdfunding that it would put off larger investors, such as VCs and institutions, from investing in later rounds. The thinking behind this was that it would be too complicated and difficult for a small businesses to manage a large body of shareholders and could therefore become a liability and a risk to the ongoing success of the business.
The concerns have proven to be unfounded, and in fact the opposite seems to be true: as crowdfunding has established itself, VCs have sought to...
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