The Relevance Of Crowdfunding: The Impact On The Innovation Process Of Small Entrepreneurial Firms by Nadine ScholzThe Relevance Of Crowdfunding: The Impact On The Innovation Process Of Small Entrepreneurial Firms by Nadine Scholz

The Relevance Of Crowdfunding: The Impact On The Innovation Process Of Small Entrepreneurial Firms

byNadine Scholz

Paperback | June 9, 2015

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Nadine Scholz shows that crowdfunding potentially shortens the development cycle of new products, thus enabling an earlier market entry. Hence, crowdfunding serves as a multifaceted early-stage support instrument for innovation implementation facilitated by the crowd's resources. It not only provides upfront cash for product development and production, more importantly it enables a firm to show traction through the validation of the market demand that is based on the crowd's function as information multiplicator generating public exposure and feedback.
Nadine Scholz received her Master's degree in Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship from Manchester Business School, UK.
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Title:The Relevance Of Crowdfunding: The Impact On The Innovation Process Of Small Entrepreneurial FirmsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:86 pagesPublished:June 9, 2015Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3658098368

ISBN - 13:9783658098360

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Table of Contents

The Crowdfunding Phenomenon.- Perspectives of Crowdfunding on the Innovation Process.- Research Design for the Empirical Study.- Critical Actors and Their Drivers in the Crowdfunding Ecosystem.- New Dynamics in the Innovation Process.