What may come across as the largest online crowd funding in Indian sports, Impact Guru is expected to raise as much as Rs 2.5 crore worth funds for these athletes
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The Reserve Bank of India has kicked off efforts to regulate peer-to-peer (P2P) lending in India. The move is believed to help the funding gap in the market which banks haven‘t been able to service sufficiently well. But what does the model offer?
Having grown many fold in the last five years, the global crowd funding industry is nothing short of bullish.
The government will launch the crowd funding website on October 22. Those who make contributions will get a digital brick named after them.
How do small businesses, the lifeblood of any economy, ensure that they have a sustainable funding solution that lets them grow in a competitive landscape?
CNBC-TV18's Zahra Khan, Poornima Murali and Gopika Gopukumar report that crowd funding is picking up momentum in India, though at the moment, it's more widely being used during times of adversity.
Ketto founded by actor Kunal Kapoor and former financial market professional Varun Sheth in August 2012 has differentiated itself from other crowd sourcing platforms by becoming an aggregator of funds for non profits and NGO‘s.
Although blazing a trail in the West, this fund-raising model faces tough legal challenges in India
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