Crowdfunding, finance, Small Business, Uncategorized

Wonder if Crowdfunding is for you?

I know I’ve been talking about crowdfunding for a while and you may or may not be interested. I started with this subject because it is a relatively new business concept and I spent about 3 years researching how small businesses can use crowdfunding as a finance resource. So, I thought I might as well create a class. Gotta pay back those student loans too!

I am still working on recording the 11 modules for the paid class but I did create an Introduction class that you can watch for free. The mini class defines crowdfunding, defines crowdfunding in terms of small business financing tool, lists and explains the 5 categories of crowdfunding, identifies types of projects small business owners can use for crowdfunding, and the benefits and disadvantages of crowdfunding.

Here’s the link below. It’s about 22 minutes. If you don’t like it, then go to the bathroom but let it play long enough that I can get a “View” credit from YouTube. Then I’ll only need about 999 more views to become a legitimate YouTube channel. Like it too. While I’m at it, do you want to see a video of kittens?

 

Of course, if you have nay questions about crowdfunding, please feel free to reach out to me.

As a side note, I am prepping to teach an entrepreneurship capstone class and a financial management class. They are MBA level classes so I’ll try to stick to the first few chapters of content. Unless you want to pay me the tuition rate directly. I’ll personally tutor you.

So, while I’m reading the materials and prepping for the online classes, I may throw in a few videos and blogs about the subjects. They could be somewhat polished or videos of a talking head, that would be me. I’ll do my best not to make them boring! Financial Management is a little more math-oriented and sometimes boring so I’ll spice things up. Maybe while I’m playing with the twins, I can make up a song to  the music of “Row, row, row your boat” about income statements, balance sheets, and cash flow statements? We’ll see how that goes.

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