World Tree to Receive Super Crowd Impact Crowdfunder of the Year Award

Devin Thorpe
Posted at Apr 12

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, USA, April 12, 2023/ -- The Super Crowd, Inc., a public benefit corporation, will present World Tree with the Super Crowd Impact Crowdfunder of the Year Award in recognition of the money raised via their Regulation Crowdfunding success and the impact on reversing climate change and fighting poverty. The award will be presented on May 10 at SuperCrowd23.

World Tree is fighting the climate emergency by planting fast-growing empress splendor trees that mature in a single decade. With support from small individual investors, the company has planted over 5000 acres, each of which could sequester over 15 metric tons of carbon annually. World Tree has raised about $4 million using Regulation Crowdfunding.

“We are thrilled to receive the award on behalf of the thousands of individual investors who have shown their belief in our model by investing their hard-earned money in World Tree’s Eco-Tree program,” said Wendy Burton, founder and C...more


Investment Crowdfunding Is a Powerful Tool for Building Local Capital

Devin Thorpe Devin Thorpe
Posted at Mar 29

This post was originally shared on Superpowers for Good.

Regulated investment crowdfunding is a powerful tool for building local capital in your neighborhood or town.

There are three perspectives I’ll discuss here:

  1. Investor perspective

  2. Entrepreneur perspective

  3. Community leader perspective

For clarity, whenever I talk about crowdfunding today, I’ll be referring to the regulated investment crowdfunding on websites like Wefunder, Republic and Start Engine—and dozens of others. I’m not talking about GoFundMe or even the popular rewards crowdfunding sites Kickstarter and Indiegogo.

That said, there may be no better way for an entrepreneur to prepare for an investment crowdfunding round than to conduct a rewards campaign. We’ll talk about that another day.

Investor Perspective on Building Local Capital Via Crowdfunding

If you are an adult living in the United States, you are eligible to invest directly in local businesses via crowdfunding. The only barrier between you

Categories: Equity (RIC)  |  Investor Education  |  Issuer Education  |  Reg CF
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