Posted on: 25 February 2015

Raising money through crowdfunding is proving to be a worthwhile alternative to bank finance for more and more small businesses every year.

Some businesses are thriving as a result of launching successful crowdfunding campaigns because they got the injection of cash they needed as well as a supportive network of people around them.

Yet, as with anything to do with business, there are risks. And as always, awareness of those risks isn’t enough – they need to be managed.

In our guide ‘Everything micro-SMEs need to know about crowdfunding’, we highlighted four key risks – here’s how to manage them.

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Ownership

Intellectual property

Investment of time and money

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