Are You the Right Type of Entrepreneur to Tap into Crowdfund Investing?

By Sherwood Neiss, Jason W. Best, Zak Cassady-Dorion

If you’ve had any experience with creating a startup company, you know that flexibility is your best attribute. Even rock solid business plans need to adjust in the face of changing market conditions, new competitors, and other unpredictable situations. Luckily, the qualities that help you thrive as an entrepreneur — such as the ability to think on your feet, thrive on chaos, and believe in yourself even when things get rough — are the same ones that can help you succeed at running a crowdfund investing campaign and working with a crowd of investors. Want to learn more? Check out this video.

Woman brainstorms ideas for a crowdfund investment.