The entry of equity crowdfunding means small investors will lose a lot of moneyOctober 4, 2019Northwest Marketing 1EntrepreneurshipEntrepreneurs are the rock stars of the business world. We read about them constantly in the press, many people wish they could be them, and we hear that people who invest in them make a lot of money. Until recently, only the richest among us were able to invest in entrepreneurs (technically, in their companies)—but not anymore. Enter equity crowdfunding, where anyone can go online to invest in early-stage companies in exchange for ownership shares.Read MoreBecome the leader you aspire to be. Click to know more about the Chicago Booth Accelerated Development Program (Chicago Booth ADP) Tweet Share Share Email Related Posts Technology can make the world a better place. Will humans allow it? Katie Rae, Managing Director, Project 11, an investment firm, talks to Yale Insights about the technology industry, the world, and women in technology-related roles. Navigating E-Commerce’s Last Mile The term "Last Mile" been used in multiple contexts, but in e-commerce, the “last mile” refers to the distance between a distribution point and someone’s home.