DePaul Crowdfunding Panel

Crowdfunding is a great way to get early stage funding for any venture. Crowdfunding platforms like Kickstarter have an profound impact on getting businesses, products and services launched. Crowdfunding is rapidly gaining momentum and shows no signs of slowing down. Crowdfunding has helped raise billions for all types of businesses including art, theatre, photography, charity, retail, fashion, gaming, real estate and much more. 

Crowdfunding makes all types of entrepreneurship accessible to those who want to start their own business. In a time when banks have become more nervous than ever before, crowdfunding has become a democratized method of raising money for many entrepreneurs. Many crowdfunding campaigns seek small amounts of money (often less than $1000) to fund a variety of projects and businesses.

Introducing our panelists:
- Professor Lamont Black, Assistant Professor of Finance, DePaul University
- Jordan Fishfeld, Co-Founder and CEO of CFX Markets
- Patrick Tracey, Senior Vice President and Business Development of Computershare Private Markets

Please join Professor Lamont Black as he leads a panel discussion on this important topic for start-ups looking for early funding for their ventures.

Monday, May 21, 2018 at 5:30pm to 7:30pm

DePaul Center (DPC), suite 7900
1 E Jackson Blvd

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Centers and Institutes, Coleman Entrepreneurship Center



#Crowdfunding, Startups

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