Summary

Crowdfunding is an emerging investment vehicle that may be better positioned to support the capital requirements of translational research, proof of concept projects, and early-stage start-ups than more traditional capital sources, like venture capital and angel investment. This hour-long event will be a web-enabled discussion and cover examples at three leading institutions

To move the university crowdfunding conversation forward, innovosource brings you this showcase of early-adopter university crowdfunding models.This hour-long web event will be a web-enabled discussion and cover examples at three leading institutions

 

Experts

  • Taylor Bench, University of Utah (Rockethub)
  • Meg Weber, Colorado State University (CSU Charge)
  • Shad Hanselman, Arizona State University (– USEED Platform)

Additional Materials

Key Discussion Points

  • Background and impetus for university crowdfunding program
  • Key hurdles to implementation/associated resolutions
  • Successes and lessons learned