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Letter to PM Elect Justin Trudeau on Helping Small Business Grow in Canada

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  By: Gil Michel-Garcia CEO – WAFU ; Special US Counsel – Grupo Mexico Dear Prime Minister Elect: I know that constituents don’t normally get to have a say in the development and implementation of the federal policies of new government, but hey, I donated to you, campaigned for you and your team, and most recently voted for you and your party.  So please accept the following proposals from someone who worked hard for you and knows a little bit about growing a small business in Canada. I am the President…

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Ontario Releases Guidelines for P2P Lending

Ontario Releases Guidelines for P2P Lending

Peer to peer lending has been increasing rapidly in many parts of the world, such as the UK, USA and China, where the market is booming. However, in some other areas the development of P2P lending has been slower, for example in Canada. By  Irene Tordera, Many factors could contribute to why Canada’s P2P market has a slower growth than other countries, but certainly the lack of clear guidance in provinces like Ontario, has played a role. In fact, the existing Canadian P2P marketplaces have been very cautious in their…

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Canadian Equity Crowdfunding Forum


Oscar Jofre CEO of KoreConX – Tim McKillican Founder Open Avenue Real Estate Market – Rod Ponce CEO BHIVE Social Media Labs and Sydney Armani Publisher of CrowdFundBeat as Moderator

Brian Koscak, Keynote Speech at National Press Club 2015

FrontFundr launches Crowdfunding Platform to access new Capital Markets

FrontFundr launches Crowdfunding Platform to access new Capital Markets

CrowdFundBeat News Wire, A crowd of BC’s venture and finance communities gathered yesterday at The Profile in Vancouver to network and herald the launch of Frontfundr, Canada’s newest crowdfunding platform. Their timing appears impeccable with the advent just 2 weeks ago of the Startup Crowdfunding exemption in 6 provinces including BC. For the first time regular Joes and Janes will be able to invest up to $1500 in innovative companies they believe in. Frontfundr unveiled the team, key features and first deals that they envision will help transform venture capital…

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