Missed Our Crowdchat on Equity Crowdfunding? Here is a Recap

How do the advantages of equity crowdfunding compare to the risk? Where do angels and VCs fit into this new equation? Crowdcube's CEO discusses equity crowdfunding and answers entrepreneur & investor questions during the October 2, 2013 #CrowdChat hosted by Crowdsourcing Week (@CrowdWeek).

Written by Priti Ambani

Oct 3, 2013

We chatted with Darren Westlake, co-founder and CEO of Crowdcube – the equity based crowdfunding platform in U.K.  – on Twitter, talking all things crowdfunding and equity. If you missed the chat, we have the here.


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Priti Ambani

Priti Ambani is the Global Media Director at Crowdsourcing Week, a thought leader and prominent writer on social enterprises, start-ups and web 2.0 businesses. Previously, Priti grew Ecopreneurist, a nascent green business blog into a notable social business resource as site director and managing editor. Working from the ground up, she has developed successful business and communications strategies for impact organizations that aim to create social, environment and economic wealth. Priti is a Professional Engineer and holds a Master’s degree in Biological Resources Engineering from the University of Maryland, College Park.Priti lives in the Washington DC Metro area with her husband and sons, is a lover of the outdoors, traveling and from-scratch cooking!

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