Catching up with a cross-section of notable young alumni
Penn's founder had six brights ideas over 200 years ago that tech heroes are embracing today.
Another Wharton alum learns the power of crowdfunding to turn creative inspiration into business creation.
Wharton students learned the art of product design, pitching and crowdfunding in a new undergraduate course.
What Carrington Davis aimed to do was to create a financing platform for a television project. How did he make his choice between Kickstarter or Indiegogo?
Wharton alum Carrington Davis launches a Kickstarter campaign in the hopes of making a lasting contribution to American education, history and learning.
Big opportunity looms for crowdfunding and alternative financing as billions in commercial mortgage-backed securities come due, writes Wharton alum Dan Miller.
The sharing economy has revolutionized startup funding through crowdfunding. But what type of startup funding is right for which startup?
Increasingly, biotech startups are turning to corporate venture capital and crowdfunding for funding. How do these alternative sources of money affect their outcomes though?
A new real estate derivative structure based on crowdfunding rises in the wake of credit default swaps. Our newest blogger shares its blueprint for success.
Why established firms, and not just startups, should keep an eye on crowdfunding platforms, according to Wharton Professor Ethan Mollick.
Wyn Lydecker talks with fellow alumna and entrepreneur Mary Beth Minton, WG ’82, about startup marketing and the nitty-gritty of Kickstarter crowdfunding.
A Wharton entrepreneur toasts another alumnus' innovative startup growth strategy, involving a once-obscure cocktail ingredient and crowdfunding.
Yes, it can. Even with forces holding it back, finance can and should be a force for good.
Can you leverage a social enterprise in the era of crowdfunding?
Startups will soon be able to raise capital from crowdfunding, but investors might want to look into an innovative insurance product before they jump in.