Generell

The venture crowd. Crowdfunding equity investment into business

Collins, L.,
Pierrakis, Y.

This report makes a general revision of crowdfunding characteristics, focusing on equity crowdfunding. It explains the model paying attention to its regulation, dynamics, market… while mention some interesting examples.

2012
United Kingdom
Report
Generell
2013
United Kingdom
Report
Generell

Crowd-funding: an infant industry growing fast

Kirby, A. E.,
Worner, S.

This document, written by IOSCO, presents an exploration of crowdfunded markets, paying special attention to its main characteristics, benefits and risks. It also explains the regulatory regimes for peer-to-peer lending and equity crowdfunding. Finally, it uses all compiled information to recommend future public measures.

2014
Report
Generell

Crowdfunding in Mexico: the power of digital technologies to transform innovation, entrepreneurship and economic inclusion

Massolution

This report is one of the most exhaustive documents available about Mexican crowdfunding numbers and statistics. It shows the situation sorting data by region and by model taking into account the complete environment of the country (cultural, political, regulatory…). In addition, it makes future recommendations.

2014
Report
Generell

The crowdfunding industry report

Massolution

This annual report is the most exhaustive document available about worldwide crowdfunding numbers and statistics. It shows the present situation sorting data by region and by model. In addition, it predicts the future situation of crowdfunding market.

2015
Report
Generell

The OurCrowd Equity Crowdfunding Report

OurCrowd

In this brief and schematic report, this entity shows the most important numbers related with equity crowdfunding in the world in 2014. To capture the scope of equity crowdfunding, it has created an inforgraphic showing the past and present accomplishments of the industry along with future projections.

2014
Israel
Report
Generell

eFunding & The State of The Crowdfunding Nation

The Crowd Data Center
Q1 2014

This report tracks and quantifies growth through the first quarter of 2014 providing new insights into the nature as well as the size of Crowdfunding in the USA, UK and worldwide. It is the first fruits from The Crowd Data Center now a live, ongoing, online big-data-model of this massive ecosystem, now ready for exploration. It develops the economic context and the behavior of the main models and platforms.

This is the headline report for the first quarter of 2014. The full, extended, report can be downloaded paying.

2014
United Kingdom
Report
Generell

Moving Mainstream. The European Alternative Finance Benchmarking Report

Wardrop, R.,
Zhang, B.,
Rau, R.,
Gray, M.

There is no independent, systematic and reliable research to scientifically benchmark the European alternative finance market, nor to inform policy-makers, brief regulators, update the press and educate the public. It is in this context that the University of Cambridge has partnered with EY and 14 leading national/regional industry associations to collect industry data directly from 255 leading platforms in Europe through a web-based questionnaire, capturing an estimated 85-90% of the European online alternative finance market. 

The first pan-European study of its kind, this benchmarking research reveals that the European alternative finance market as a whole grew by 144% last year – from €1,211m in 2013 to €2,957m in 2014.

2015
United Kingdom
Report
Generell

Experiencias de crowdfunding en el Estado español y Cataluña: principales características, retos y obstáculos

X.net,
Caparrós, S.

In this report, readers can enjoy a deep analysis of the crowdfunding or situation in Spain. After this initial study of the general situation and some specific cases, it presents a series of potential problems, both present and future. And finally, it goes into the regulation framework, which is still confused.

2012
Spain
Report
Generell

Musikk, litteratur og visuell kunst i tall 2015

Holden Halmrast, H.,
Lorvik Nilsen, Ø.,
Brunsberg Refsli, P.,
Sjøvold, J.M.

Rapporten presenterer den samlede omsetningen for hver bransje ved å samle inn tall for tre hovedkategorier: salgsinntekter, opphavsrettsinntekter (vederlagsinntekter) og fremføringsinntekter.

Det er første gang det foreligger en samlet beskrivelse av den økonomiske omsetningen av visuell kunst i Norge. Nytt av året er også at statistikk for flere kunstbransjer blir samlet i én rapport. Kulturrådet har tidligere utgitt «Musikk i tall» og «Litteratur i tall» som egne publikasjoner. Sammenstillingen gir bedre oversikt og gjør det enklere å se de ulike næringene i en sammenheng. På det visuelle feltet er det samlet inn tall både for 2014 og 2015. På musikk- og litteraturfeltet presenteres utviklingen fra henholdsvis 2012 og 2013.

Tallmaterialet som er samlet inn gir grunnlag for å se noen overordnede trekk ved bransjene og gir også kunnskap om nyere utviklingstendenser. Eksempler på dette er veksten i det digitale markedet og utviklingen av kunsteksport.

2016
Norge
Rapport
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