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Crowdfund Investing For Dummies by Zak Cassady-Dorion, Jason W. Best, Sherwood Neiss

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Chapter 11

Moving Forward When You Reach Your Funding Target

In This Chapter

arrow Getting prepared to receive the funds

arrow Showing appreciation to your crowd

arrow Taking the first steps post-funding

arrow Leveraging your crowd’s talents

arrow Heading into the second year of business

arrow Reaching out for more crowd funding

When you hit your funding target, you should definitely take time to celebrate. Not every campaign is successful, so success means that you’ve done some great work on your business plan and your pitch.

Of course, the celebration can’t last too long (and definitely can’t be funded by your campaign investments!). With dollars committed to your venture, you need to get to work to prove that investors made a great choice by supporting you. The task before you is to put concept into practice — to turn all your ideas, research, and business planning into a tangible reality.

In this chapter, we start ...

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