Economy

Crowd-Sourced Funding Provides 'Kickstart' to New Business Venturesi
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June 04, 2013 8:19 PM
woman who wants to expand her Washington-based business is looking for help. So she turned to Kickstarter, a site that gives people a way to raise money through crowd-funding. VOA's Suzanne Presto in Washington takes a look at this non-traditional tool that allows everyday people to request - and provide - financial support.

Crowd-Sourced Funding Provides 'Kickstart' to New Business Ventures

Published June 04, 2013

woman who wants to expand her Washington-based business is looking for help. So she turned to Kickstarter, a site that gives people a way to raise money through crowd-funding. VOA's Suzanne Presto in Washington takes a look at this non-traditional tool that allows everyday people to request - and provide - financial support.


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