Archive for April, 2010

Crowdfunding presentation at British Library

Next Tuesday (27th April) I’m giving a presentation on crowdfunding at the British Library. I’ll be covering three areas: How the venture investment landscape is changing and what it will mean for entrepreneurs. The different models of crowdfunding and what they are suited to. How Trampoline organised a successful equity crowdfunding project. See the full [...]




Crowdfunding is an alternative approach to raising finance. It’s been developed over the last decade, principally in the film and music industries. Unlike traditional models which rely on large contributions one or two institutions crowdfunding is based on raising small sums from many number of people, who are typically linked by social networks or shared interests.

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Trampoline Systems

Trampoline Systems is an award-winning software business based in London (UK). The company is attracting attention from around the world for its SONAR social analytic technology and its vision of how corporations must evolve.