Login with StartupCollective.com:

or

Login using:

Get Mentored by the World’s
Coolest entrepreneurs

Already have an account? login here.

or

Login using:

Join BusinessCollective

Fill out the information below for access to resources curated from the coolest entrepreneurs in the world.

Join BusinessCollective

Fill out the information below for access to resources curated from the coolest entrepreneurs in the world.

Welcome to BusinessCollective

Check your inbox for next steps.

Get expert advice from top thought leaders, entrepreneurs & executives
Fill out the information below for access to resources curated from the coolest entrepreneurs in the world.

Startup Funding: 2014 in Review

Let’s take a look back at startup funding in 2014 in terms of region, industry, source and more.

As we head into the new year, its time to take a look back at at the major players and milestones in startup funding. In 2014 startup funding came from a variety of sources — credit and loans, angel investors, venture capital, and the crowd. Startup funding increased across almost all sources, making 2014 a great year to be an entrepreneur.

The infographic below walks through the ins and outs of startup funding in the past year: where it came from, what industries were most fundable, and what regions in the U.S.are most hospitable to crowdfunding.


2014 Crowdfunding Infographic - Fundable.com

A version of this post originally appeared here

Wil Schroter is a serial entrepreneur and fundraising veteran. At age 19 he started his first company, Blue Diesel, which merged with what is today inVentiv, a company that now generates over $1.8 billion per year in billings and has over 13,000 employees globally. Wil is currently the CEO and... (read more)

Resources

Startup Funding: 2014 in Review

Let’s take a look back at startup funding in 2014 in terms of region, industry, source and more.

As we head into the new year, its time to take a look back at at the major players and milestones in startup funding. In 2014 startup funding came from a variety of sources — credit and loans, angel investors, venture capital, and the crowd. Startup funding increased across almost all sources, making 2014 a great year to be an entrepreneur.

The infographic below walks through the ins and outs of startup funding in the past year: where it came from, what industries were most fundable, and what regions in the U.S.are most hospitable to crowdfunding.


2014 Crowdfunding Infographic - Fundable.com

A version of this post originally appeared here

See Also: Building Community With Manpreet Singh, President of TalkLocal

If you enjoyed this article,

and get free updates!

Wil Schroter is a serial entrepreneur and fundraising veteran. At age 19 he started his first company, Blue Diesel, which merged with what is today inVentiv, a company that now generates over $1.8 billion per year in billings and has over 13,000 employees globally. Wil is currently the CEO and... (read more)

Comments