A short study about crowdfunding by dr. Balázs FERENCZY, the Head of our Banking & Finance Team

In the early stages of the lifecycle of modern, mostly technology companies, there is no final product, no organization, no go-to-market strategy, no sales; there is only one idea, and from the scarce resources temporarily provided by families or friends, to business angels (angel investors) or venture capital and, in the more mature stage, bank and institutional financing has somehow to be achieved and reached.[1] In essence, this coercion gave birth to community funding, better known as crowdfunding.[2]

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Gábor Horváth

Senior Attorney at Law, Kapolyi Law Firm