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Kickstart a Crowdfunding Community for Culture in Europe

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Vote & Comment to help build a Crowdfunding Community for the Creative Industries

You find it hard to raise money for your creative project?
 
Help us answer how European governments and intermediaries can support and connect cultural and creative actors, crowdfunding platforms and investors/donors across Europe?
 
28 actions have been formulated. We invite creatives, platforms and supporters to give feedback on the proposed policy actions:
  • Vote for or against each proposed action
  • Add your feedback in the comments
  • Propose new actions in the comments
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Sign up now (discussion closes at 20.12.206) and share your comments and votes on the statements below to help shape, create and kickstart a Crowdfunding Community for the Creative & Cultural Sector (CCS)!

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LEVEL OF AGREEMENT

    • 79%
    • (479 votes positives)
    • 21%
    • (131 negatives votes)
  • 610 votes in total
  • Most voted: 10
  • Most commented: 7
  • Most controversials: 4
  • Already decided: 0
  • In voting: 0
  • Supported: 12
  • My contributions: 0
Status: Closed
Privacy: Public

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P17

The European Commission should foster the visibility of successful crowdfunding projects to increase their ability to attract complementary funding.

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P18

Successful crowdfunding project owners should be further supported by governments to attract complementary funding and further develop business skills.

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P19

The European Commission or Member States should co-fund successful CCS crowdfunding projects.

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P20

The European Commission should fund projects of consortia made of platforms, banks, venture capitals, business angels, etc. aiming to match-fund CCS projects.

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The European Commission should incentivize financial institutions to more easily grant a loan to CCS actors that have run a successful crowdfunding campaign.

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Setting up a European website

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This group of statements focuses on the setting up of an online platform, tool or website by the Commission. The statements first focus on basic informative functions and orient the discussion toward the role of an information gateway, before heading toward options for a more proactive role of such platform.

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P22

It would be useful that a website communicates on practices for all types of CCS crowdfunding campaigns (for all types of models and CCS sectors).

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P23

The added value of a website providing CCS with information would be to include funding opportunities, platforms, trends, regulatory issues, tax returns, invoicing, etc. combined altogether (and not only one aspect)

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P24

An online toolkit for CCS to learn how to run a campaign would be useful only if tailored to CCS sub-sectors.

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Author: crowdfunding4culture Date: 02 December 2016

A website is not the right way to match crowdfunding experts and investors with CCS Crowdfunding project holders (through an online dating system for instance).

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The European Commission should setup an information website where investors could identify more CCS projects from crowdfunding platforms across Europe.

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A website should present aggregated data on CCS crowdfunding in Europe (success rate, number of projects, models, average donors/investors’ support etc.).

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Author: crowdfunding4culture Date: 02 December 2016

The European Commission should launch a platform aggregating all CCS equity and lending crowdfunding campaigns from all over Europe and become a single entry point for investors.

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