With reward-based campaigns on Kickstarter, Indiegogo, and elsewhere becoming more commonplace, and equity crowdfunding set to finally open to investors, observers are expecting a big year for crowdfunding.
SEBI( Securities and Exchange Board of India) has very recently changed its rules and regulations of crowdfunding. If you do not have any idea on the term crowdfunding, it is worth to mention that the term crowdfunding refers to the solicitation of funds from several investors. This process is done through various social networking sites or web based platform to accomplish a particular project or social cause or any business venture.
As compared to the foreign markets including the US, the UK and China, crowd-funding is in a budding stage in India. But due to the excessive usage of social media platforms, this technique to gathering funds have gained importance in India too to back up creative campaigns and help entrepreneurs to shape up their ideas.