Your Equity Crowdfunding Campaign Fell Short. Now What?

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  • First and foremost, don’t give up. It can be tempting to throw in the towel after a setback, but it’s important to remember that equity crowdfunding is still a relatively new industry. There will be bumps in the road, but that doesn’t mean that you should give up on your dream of raising capital.
  • Secondly, take a step back and analyze what went wrong. Was your pitch not compelling enough? Did you not reach enough potential investors? Once you know what went wrong, you can make changes and improvements for next time.
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  • Finally, don’t forget about your existing investors. They believe in your company and are still committed to seeing it succeed. Keep them updated on your progress and let them know that you’re still working hard to make your dream a reality.



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Jeff "fuzzy" Wenzel

Jeff "fuzzy" Wenzel

I find $$$ for startups using equity crowdfunding. Looking for capital? Send me a message.