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One to Watch: Is Crowdfunding the future of American Manufacturing?
By Christina Von H. on Friday, March 10th, 2012
Crowdfunding for American Manufacturing
When you hear the word “manufacturing” all you think of is big factories and lots of chemicals pouring out and making a mess somewhere. You probably don’t think about the people who make your products or the high-speed computer technology that drives your iPod or DVD player. But there are jobs in this industry and most of them are in the United States.
Crowdfunding now provides an alternative for large capital intensive projects like solar panel farms, wind farms, and steel mills. So how does the concept of crowd funding work?
Crowd funding is a process that allows your customers or other contributors to invest in a project on their own terms. This frees you from having to raise capital up front. Instead, contributors invest their money when you complete the project. In return, you pay them back a pre-determined percentage plus interest. For some projects, this simply means more funds will be available to complete the project. In others, it can help you attract additional investors so you can get the project underway sooner.
The biggest advantage to crowd funding is the ease with which it allows people to donate. Crowd funding lets contributors invest in products or projects through websites like Kickstarter. Many of these websites let you pledge as little as $1 to see if others will match the pledge.
For an example of a very successful crowd funding campaign, watch the video below and then keep reading.
A crowdfunding campaign known as “crowd funder” has the potential to revolutionize small businesses, especially startups.
Crowd funder, a popular crowdfunding website, is now raising money to fund the world’s first indoor free-flying aircraft.
The student-built, wire-less, six-passenger device, called the FlyJoy, has been designed to be built for 10 dollars or less by anyone with a decent set of tools. The kit includes everything needed to build a model aircraft, except a pilot.
Paul E. MacClintock, CEO of Crowdfunder said, “The challenge in this little project is to provide an affordable kit that can be put together by a hobbyist with some experience in shop work and a passion for aviation.”
The FlyJoy plane can be built in about a half an hour and
Bar or bars may refer to:
Bar (city), in some Arab countries
A small town or village
Bar, Hormigueros, Puerto Rico, a barrio in Puerto Rico
Bar, Isla de la Cruz, Puerto Rico, a barrio in Puerto Rico
Bar, Guernsey, a village in the parish of Saint Peter Port
The neighborhood or district of a city called by the name “bar”.
Arts, entertainment, and media
Bar (magazine), a music magazine
Bar (band), a rock band from Spain
BARS, a data structure that represents a rolling window of historical data
b.a.r.s. (abbreviation for “before anniversary of release”), an abbreviation for the phrase “before the anniversary of release”
Food and drink
Bar (or barbie), an Australian dish
Bar (shoe), a high-heeled shoe
Barbecue, a structure used for cooking and serving food outdoors
Bar (cocktail), a cocktail with whiskey as a base liquor
Bar, a vertical or sloping structure or piece of equipment
Bar, a type of game played with checkers
Bar (typeface), a typeface from Frutiger
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OS: Windows 10 / Windows 8 / Windows 7 / Windows Vista
Processor: 1.6 GHz dual core processor
Memory: 1 GB RAM
Graphics: DirectX 9-class video card with 1 GB or more memory
DirectX: Version 9.0
Hard Drive: 10 GB available space
New Network: Multiplayer co-op campaign game
Internet connection required during gameplay.
Supported video cards: NVIDIA Geforce 8800 GS / GTX